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Versailles: sex, drama & rock’n’roll

Have you ever watched TV series you wanted to re-watch straight after watching the last episode? I bet you have. Well, a novice ‘Versailles’ is exactly like that, at least for me: I’m currently re-watching it, and enjoying each moment as I did the first time! 1,004 more words

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Photo Journal: The Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles is the stuff of legends. It was the center of Parisian political power in the late 17th Century and was also the home of the royal family until around 1789 (after the beginning of the French Revolution). 523 more words

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Marie Antoinette Series Begins Publishing - With Supervision from The Palace of Versailles!

Just this Thursday, readers of Kodansha‘s seinen manga magazine Morning were treated to a rather unique offering in the weekly publication, which usually serializes titles like  306 more words

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The architectonic beauty of the Palace of Versailles

Before being the residence of King Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI, Versailles was a hunting pavilion that Nicolas Huaut built for Louis XIII. 767 more words

Kenny Slaught

Chateau de Versailles

The weekend after hosting our cocktail party, we were on our way to France for vacation. Earlier in the year, we found a wine tour we wanted to go on in the Champagne-Burgundy wine regions. 708 more words

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Mists of time

Another moment of aesthetic solace from Versailles, this time in the form of a misty halo. “Fog Assembly” fills the Star Grove with a nebulous yet grounded cloud, an elemental installation designed to “amplify the feelings of impermanence and transformation.” Shrouded so, the formal landscape becomes subsumed by experience. 198 more words

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A cascade

…. of calamities, most recently in Nice. Today, Olafur Eliasson’s “Waterfall” installation at the Palace of Versailles in France feels like a solemn sentinel to the outpouring of sorrow felt around the world for Nice, Baghdad, Orlando, Dallas (the list goes on). 138 more words

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