This giant tree is located in the waterfalls garden in Alexandria. Perennial trees in the waterfalls garden It is dozens of years old and is one of a group of rare trees found in this garden. It is located on the edge of the garden and casts its shadows on those who pass on the street to reduce the sun’s heat for them.
The Waterfall Gardens is a very large garden and one of the largest gardens in the city of Alexandria, starting from the direction of Fouad’s beginning in the center of Alexandria in Egypt. This place is called the Latin Quarter, and it is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Alexandria, and near the garden there is the Bab Sharq police station. It has an area of about 8 acres and is in the middle of residential buildings. It was called by this name because the ground levels are not one, and they are in the form of terraces of different heights, and there are slopes similar to the shape of a waterfall, and the garden includes artificial lakes and artificial waterfalls.
The World’s Oldest Tree
The world’s oldest tree is a 9.500-year-old Norwegian spruce, which is named after its discoverer, professor Leif Kullman, and his Siberian husky. Scientists used carbon-14 dating to determine the age of the tree. The tree is the heaviest known organism. The origin of its name is still debated, but the most important fact to know about this ancient tree is that it is the oldest known living thing.