The beauty of flowers Palace of Versailles

Thursday, July 5th 2012. | France

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Palace of Versailles is one of the largest and most luxurious palaces in the world. Offering approximately 2143 windows, 1252 fireplaces, and 67 steps, Puri is one of the most visited attractions in France. A good example of the art of 18th-century France, this historic building has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for 30 years. Castle is the official seat of power until 1789, but has since been seen as the official seat. Also known as the “cradle of liberty” (Berceau-de-la-Liberté) was here that the people of Paris are made to stand against King Louis XV1, forcing the royal family to leave their life of decadence and the capital was moved back to Paris. Palace of Versailles also has a garden that is one of the best parks in the world. The hallmark of this park is that the grass is trimmed with a unique design. Not to mention the colorful flowers are beautiful. French-style park designed by André Le Notre for Louis XIV, so visitors can imagine a king who walk in the royal park. Palace of Versailles is laid out in geometric patterns of streets, shrubs, flowers and trees. Le Notre also drain fields, marshy side and create a series of basins and a large canal, known as the Grand Canal.

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Palace of Versailles Several fountains adorn the basin. The most famous is the Fountain of Latona – the statue of the goddess Latona – and the Fountain of Apollo – named after the god of the sun and the Sun King describes the wagons. There are other fountains in the park, such as the Fountain of Neptune. Water fountains were installed to entertain the many guests invited to a lavish party hosted by King Louis XIV. Another noteworthy decorations in the garden is Colonnade, a circular row of marble columns, designed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart. In the Palace of Versailles has some small palace in the garden: Grand Trianon Petit Trianon. About 10,000 people work at the Palace of Versailles, so privacy is minimal. Therefore, King Louis XIV ordered the construction of the Grand Trianon, a luxurious palace of about the same as the main palace where the king could escape the court formalities and arrange a meeting with his mistress. His successor, King Louis XV and built Petit Trianon is smaller for the same reason.

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