HD photograph from Petit Reserve nord inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south west - Page 114
The Grand Carre area of the Jardin des Tuileries is an ancient area that was laid out in a formal French style with parterres, which are symmetrical lawns separated by the paths and basins, and it was this area that was once the private garden of King Louis Philippe and Napoleon III, although today it is a part of the free public park.
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So, here you can see a view looking south west down one of the wide walkways that leads to the Grand Bassin rond, which is the largest of the three round basins that can be enjoyed within the Tuileries Gardens, and we took this photo while standing by a parterre called the Petit Reserve nord, located in the north eastern section of the garden.
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