HD photograph of Orange trees inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south easterly - Page 192
Located in between the Roseaie nord and the Grand Courvert area of the gardens, you will come across small trees planted in green pots that are laid out in rows, and this is a tradition for virtually every former French royal garden you will come across, as castles or chateaux would traditionally have an orangery, so hence these are orange trees, which are brought out into the gardens during the warmer months.
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And we took this photo looking in a south easterly direction, where you can see an alley through the trees called the Allee sous couvert nord, yet to the right of the image you can see some historical statues, which actually face the Bassin octogonal in the western part of the Jardin des Tuileries.
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