epa09371071 A view of plants in the Roberto Burle Marx Site Gardens in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 26 July 2021 (issued 27 July 2021). The Burle Marx Site, the Brazilian botanical garden that has one of the largest collections of tropical and subtropical plants in the world, is said to be ready to meet the curiosity that it will generate globally after being recognized on 27 July as a new Unesco World Heritage Site. The 23rd World Heritage Site of Brazil is a country house on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, with an area of 405,325 square meters, which the renowned Brazilian landscaper Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) bought in 1949 and turned into his garden private botanist and in a 'laboratory' of experiences in landscaping that served as the cradle of the modern tropical garden.  EPA/Andre Coelho