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16 Photos Of Giant Floral Sculptures Presented In The Netherland Flower Parade

Flowers are a wonderful creation of nature.They come in a variety of colors that are pleasing to the eye , And  there is a consistent variety of divine fragrances that are pleasing to the nose. It is a gift of nature and comes in many shapes and sizes that will delight the mind.This is why we are used to planting flowering plants in our backyard.We also decorate inside our homes with flowers.

Flowers are used to decorate weddings, funerals,and special occasions in almost every country.Almost everyone carries flowers to their places of worship for offerings.

There are people in many parts of the world who create different creations using flowers.In some countries, flower parades with huge statues made  with large amounts of flowers can be seen  in the streets.Large crowds flock to the cities to watch the flower parades.

The “Corso Zundert”  Flower Parade is held annually in the Netherlands.For this purpose, various flower statues with various floral decorations are also have presented.This year, 20 such flower sculptures made by volunteers were presented for the flower parade.Through these you can see the creative ability of people, and how much effort they have put into making those floral figures.The team that created the orange color dragon ,Dangerous Transportation,, which was won this year, was Tiggelaar.

Share your thoughts on these amazing flower statues with us. Leave your comments in the comment box below.

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Image source: Corso Zundert

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Image source: John DG Photography

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Image source: Corso Zundert

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Image source: Corso Zundert

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Image source: John DG Photography

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