HD photograph of Allee des Feuillants inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south east - Page 185
You will find that many French formal gardens, referred to as a Jardin a la Francaise, will have trees planted in straight lines to provide a perspective of length and vastness, making even a short walkway look even longer, just like you can see in this photo we took within the Tuileries Gardens.
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So, this view is looking in a south easterly direction along the Allee des Feuillants in the Grand Couvert area of the Jardin des Tuileries, which has approximately 2,000 plus trees, some of which have been replanted in recent years, and to the right of the image you can see one of the modern tourist information plaques that are dotted around, providing directions to tourist attractions, etc.
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