Taj Mahal is known as a symbol of love all over the world. After the death of his wife Mumtaz about 400 years ago, Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in her memory.
Not only Shah Jahan, there are other people around the world who have built some kind of building or other miracle in the memory of their wife. But today we will learn about a farmer who has built a forest in memory of his wife. The most special thing about this forest is that it is grown exactly like a guitar. When viewed from above by a drone camera or airplane, it looks like a jungle guitar, it seems that a big green guitar is placed on the ground.
This guitar-shaped forest is in the South American country of Argentina. There lives a farmer, Pedro Martin Ureta, who is now 70 years old. Pedro loved his wife very much. His wife’s name is Graciela Yarizos. It was 1977, when Graciela Yarizos was only 25 years old. She died during childbirth. Pedro was completely distraught after losing his wife at such a young age. Because he loved his wife so much, he decided to create something in memory of his wife, that people could see for years to come and remember his love.
Pedro then thought of growing a forest in memory of his wife and making it in the shape of a guitar. Then Pedro started working on it and within a few years he had grown a large forest on his farm. He started growing this forest in 1979. He developed this huge forest in his farm near Labule city. When the plane takes off from here, the pilot and the passengers are amazed to see this forest.
From above, it looks like a huge green guitar is lying on the ground. Pedro created this guitar-shaped jungle as a tribute to his late wife, Graciela Irizos. NASA has also published a picture of this huge forest on its Google map. This forest is so big that it can be seen from space. According to reports, Pedro, the giant guitar-sized forest grower, has never seen it from the sky, although his friends have shown him some photos of the forest taken from the sky.