To reference Julius Caesar: Vini. Vidi. Didici. I came, I saw, I learned.
The Digital Library of Landscape Architecture History (DiLiLAH) was created in 2011 following a month-long trip I took to Europe. It was created based on the belief that it is more valuable and enjoyable to see gardens than to read about them and they are primarily used as an educational tool in teaching landscape architecture history. The virtual tours have additional historical information provided to act as a scaffolded teaching tool for the viewer. It is better to explore DiLiLAH than to read about it.
Interesting facts about DiLiLAH