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The Tuileries Gardens, Yesterday and Today

The Tuileries Gardens, Yesterday and Today

A Walker's Guide

by Emmanuelle Héran

Hardback Publication Date: 01/01/2016

Created in the 16th century for Catherine de Medici's new Tuileries Palace, landscaped in the 17th century by Andr Le Notre, and renovated in the 20th century by Louis Benech and Pascal Cribier, the Tuileries Gardens remain a popular place to walk in the heart of Paris. Its groves, flower beds and bassins invite visitors to contemplate and daydream. As an extension of the Mus e du Louvre, it is a veritable open-air museum, which presents masterpieces such as "The Kiss" by Rodin and Penone's "The Tree of Vowels." This guidebook is designed to accompany readers during their visit of the Tuilieries Gardens, by taking them on a journey through the centuries in one of the most beautiful gardens in France.
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