Garden of Babylon is a city in the Middle East, ruled by an enigmatic, charismatic ruler, known as the God of Agriculture.
A city built on the backs of the poor and the destitute, the city was one of the first to be abandoned by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, formerly ISIS) in its war against the Syrian regime.
The city is now home to some of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
You can walk to the gardens and enjoy them from the street or walk along the path.
Some people are even renting them out to tourists, with prices ranging from $3,000 to $7,000 per day.
But these beautiful gardens have been neglected by the government, with some locals blaming the lack of government support for the situation.
Gardens of Babylonia are home to beautiful, natural landscapes, which are protected by the state.
They are home of the Garden of Life, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
And, it has been the site of one of Europe’s greatest garden festivals, which celebrates the beauty of nature and its inhabitants.
In its most recent edition, the garden festival was awarded the prize for best in the field.
Since 2013, the festival has held over 150,000 people, with more than 2 million visitors a year, including hundreds of thousands of people from around the world, and an estimated 2.7 million visitors to the city of Baabda.
This year, organizers said the festival would be held on October 1, a date that was chosen as the official beginning of the festival.
People gather around the garden during the Garden festival.
Photo by: Zara Tabaqat/AFP/Getty Images It is the only garden festival in the Arab world to be celebrated in its entirety in one day.
The festival, which is named for its gardens, has been held for the past eight years.
During the festival, the crowds can enjoy a number of events including music, dancing, cooking and eating, and are encouraged to use their imagination to create their own unique creations.
Many people gather to watch the gardeners and the animals in the garden, while other people watch the gardens from a distance.
Even though the garden is an important part of the city, some residents are complaining about the lack in government support.
“This is the second year, that we’ve lost a big event, but we lost a festival,” a resident said.
However, the government has vowed to keep the festival going in future.
Last year, organisers were planning to hold the festival for the third time in 2018.
With a population of just around 500,000, the Garden Festival is one of Arab nations most important events.
While the festival was supposed to be held in the first half of 2018, it was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It was postponed again in 2019 due to high temperatures, and again in 2020 due to a lack of funds.
According to organizers, the drought and the coronovirus outbreak have all contributed to the festival being delayed.
After the coronvirus pandemics, the organizers decided to hold a festival in 2019, and then another in 2020.
When the festival finally started in 2019 it was the biggest event of its kind in the city.
Although the organizers have since extended the festival in 2020, it is expected to be one of its most popular festivals.
Babylon has the second largest economy in the region behind Saudi Arabia, and the city has been a major source of trade between the two countries.
There is also an abundance of natural beauty and biodiversity, and tourists have also flocked to the area to take in the sights and to experience the festivals.