The Garden of Eden is a biblical location. It’s where the first Humans Adam and Eve lived and wandered and were even able to chat to God. However, they ate the forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge and were cast out when they started wearing clothes. No one knows what the forbidden fruit was. Some have said it’s apples but there has never been a definitive answer. One thing is certain, there was a fair bit of lawn mowing to be done in Eden and the use of some Briggs and Stratton Parts would have come in real handy for the Angels whose it was to sort it out. They just need to contact https://www.briggsbits.co.uk/ to get some.
Eden has several meanings. In some translations, like from the Hebrew texts it means pleasure or even a paradise of pleasure. This takes it up a notch from just being a garden. What actually went on in there? If you want to go further back the aramamic word for it means fruitful and well watered. It’s also supposed to be the source of four rivers this has given rise to some speculation as to where it was. For the most part people consider it to be a myth.
Even so there is a fair bit of speculation where it might have been. There is a point in what is now Iran where the Euphraties and the Tigris meet. It is pretty fertile land in what is mostly desert. Some have placed it in Armenia and others in Sinal in Egypt. There has never been any archaeological evidence to support any of these claims.