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The world-famous Palace of Versailles is located in the town of Versailles, 18 kilometers southwest of Paris. It is a brilliant pearl in the treasure house of human art.
The Palace of Versailles was built in the era of Louis XIV (1643-1715). During the reign, the authoritarian rule was strengthened and the centralization of power was strengthened. Two wars were fought, the treasury was empty in the later years, and the peasant uprisings followed one after another. The ground was broken in 1756, and it was completed in 1756. It has a history of more than 330 years. The palace covers an area of 1.11 million square meters, including a construction area of 110,000 square meters and a garden area of 1 million square meters. The palace is majestic and has a tight and coordinated layout The east-west direction of the main palace, the two ends are connected to the south palace and the north palace, forming a symmetrical geometric pattern. The palace roof architecture abandons Baroque [Baroque is an architectural and decorative style developed in the 17th to 18th centuries.It is characterized by free form, pursuit of dynamic effects, preference for rich decoration and carvings, and strong colors, commonly used curves and oval spaces] the dome and the traditional French spire architecture style, using a flat roof form, it looks correct and strong . On the upper end of the outer wall of the palace, there are marble figure statues with beautiful shapes and lifelike shapes...
Garden: The existing area is 100 hectares. There are 1400 fountains in the garden, and a 1.6-meter-long artificial cross canal. During the period of Louis XIV, sailboats were arranged on the canal for naval battle performances, or gondolas and boatmen were arranged, imitating the scenery of the Venice canal.
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