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Articulated around discovery sections
The gardens of the International Perfume Museum today cover a total area of nearly 7.5 acres (3 ha) articulated around an old canal and an agricultural basin. They offer two distinct sections separated by a dry valley channeled between stone walls. To the east, an olfactory garden course allows discovering the scents grouped by olfactory notes. To the west, an open field tour is intended as a planted conservatory of the essences traditionally cultivated in Grasse for perfumery.
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