HD photograph of Grand Reserve sud area inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south west - Page 39
The Jardin des Tuileries Garden was named after the kilns used by tile makers that were originally in the area, and it was first laid out as a garden by Queen Catherine de Medici who had the Tuileries Palace constructed and initially the gardens were laid out in an Italian Renaissance style.
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Yet it was under the reign of King Louis XIV that he commissioned Andre Le Notre to design the gardens, and this is a photo we took showing a part of the Grand Reserve sud layout with one of the six water features, which is a small round basin called the Vivier sud, that is located in the western part of the garden next to Grand Reserve sud area, on the south side and this has remained the same since the 1600s.
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