There’s no way for us to know for sure, but the general consensus is that yes, they did. The Greeks have a lot of documentation of the hanging gardens. Their location is debated, but it is likely that they did exist.
It’s widely believed that archaelogist Robert Koldewey found the Hanging Gardens of Babylon during his excavations of Babel. In the Southern Citadel, he discovered a basement with stone arch ceilings. According to ancient records, only two locations in ancient Babylon would have had stone arch ceilings – the Northern Citadel and Hanging Gardens. Both rooms were located, which makes it believed that the Hanging Gardens were in fact real. They probably weren’t exactly as described in the Bible, but pretty remarkable still.
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