Color photograph of the Modern Japanese Garden, Albert Kahn Garden, Boulogne-Billancourt, France, by Elise Prudhomme. This area of the garden is symbolised by three main axes which join in a central stone: the axis of the life (Yang), symbolized by the river and the conical structures in relief; the axis of the death (Yin), represented by constructions inverted cone; and the female line – male, determined by beech and cedar. This symbolism shows the basic principle of Tao – one of complimentary opposites to form a whole.
Locations: Albert Kahn Garden, Europe, France, Geographic Locations, Historic and World Heritage Sites, Ile-de-France
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