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le théâtre de la reine Marie-Antoinette au château de #Versailles

Le théâtre de la Reine

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Oh so beautiful! "Provence shutters", a restaurant in La Turbie, a small village above the Mediterranean & a few kilometers from Monte Carlo on the French Rivera. Photo by Catherine Chanel

https://flic.kr/p/aJbRkv | Flamboyant | A close up of a fragment of the west front of St Maclou Church in Rouen. The rose window is behind the tall middle gable and it is surmounted by a gable of its own. Above it some parapets, arcading, some pinnacles and a tower. With poster edges filter and Orton effect.

Maclou, Rouen, France, C. While the Renaissance was already in full swing in Italy, the French were pushing the extremes with elaborate ornamentation as seen in the exquisite traceries of St.

Marie Antoinette's theatre in the Petit Trianon Chateau.

her-majesty-the-queen: “ Marie Antoinette’s theatre in the Petit Trianon château of the Palace of Versailles.

Theater in Petit Trianon, once the setting for Marie Antoinette's theatricals. The Petit Trianon is a small château located on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles in Versailles, France. BE THERE SOON!!!

Theater in Petit Trianon, once the setting for Marie Antoinette's theatricals. The Petit Trianon is a small château located on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles in Versailles, France.

Wunderschöne Arcaden

Carved stone details by Karl Gercens The Monserrate Park, sintra is one of the most notable examples of romantic gardens in Portugal

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Charles and Ray Eames were fans of authentic Baroque architecture. Nicholas Cathedral interior by Peter Gutierrez Quintessential Baroque architecture in the heart of Prague.

Castello, Italy

The Peacock Room – Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy. Within an abandoned castle in Tuscany, you can find the Peacock Room, a hidden.

Station métro NYC à l'abandon

City Hall Subway Station in New York City, New York. (photo by John-Paul Palescandolo) The City Hall Subway Station opened in October 1904 and was part of the first line of the New York City Subway.