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An interactive and multi-sensory journey
The gardens of the Musée International de la Parfumerie allow discovering and smelling the species that have provided the raw materials for perfumery for centuries. This natural space composed of open field crops of traditional perfume species and landscaped spaces designed around fragrant and aromatic plants bears witness to the olfactory landscape linked to local agriculture. The plants are arranged according to their olfactory notes: citrus, floral, woody, spicy, fruity, or musky to raise the visitors' awareness and educate them to smell.
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