This is Louis XIV's bedroom at the palace of Versailles ending the 19th century. As you can see it was definitely fit for a king.
This was the Colonnade Grove in the early 20th century. It's a circular structure without a ceiling, so you can see the sky.
This is a statue that was created somewhere in between 1921 and 1922. Eugene Atget made it. It is 7.09 wide and 8.66 in height.
This is a panoramic painting of Versailles. It was painted in New York somewhere in between 1818 and 1819. The perspective is a circular shape. Vanderlyn was the artist.
This is a painting of Versailles on the waterbed. It was created in 1675 with oil on canvas. As you can see the artists painted soldiers and animals around the water fountains.
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Palace of Versailles
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