The Lost Gardens of Heligan are located in Cornwall, England. This magnificent tourist attraction was created by members of the Cornish Tremayne family in the 18th century and afterwards neglected in the period of the WWI only to be restored in the 1990s. The whole place looks like it’s from a fairy tale or at least from a good animated movie. But, what fascinated me there the most are the grass sculptures which are all over the place. The sculptures are half dug into the ground and it gives the impression of the nature coming to life.