HD photograph of Grand Reserve sud inside Jardin des Tuileries looking north westerly - Page 379
The Jardin des Tuileries was first laid out for Catherine de Medici and her new palace, which were named after the tile kilns known as Tuileries, yet it was in the 1600s that the gardens were redesigned by the famous landscape architect Andre Le Notre, who is most well recognised for the design of the gardens at the Chateau de Versailles.
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Much of the gardens have remained in the same style since the 17th century, especially the Grand Carre area, and this is a view looking in a north westerly direction over the Grand Reserve sud parterre within this section of the Tuileries Gardens, but as you can see, there is always ongoing maintenance work being conducted by a dedicated team of gardeners, for the pleasure of everyone that visits this free public park.
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