HD photograph of Terrasse de l'Orangerie inside Jardin des Tuileries looking north, north east - Page 112
When Andre Le Notre redesigned the Jardin des Tuileries back in the 1600s he had had terraces constructed so that the royal family, their court and guests could enjoy the views of the gardens and surrounding area from elevated positions.
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So we took this photo looking in a north, north easterly direction while on the terrace that was named the Terrasse de l'Orangerie, and to the left of the image you can see a part of the Place de la Concorde with the Grand Roue, or Big Wheel, yet just out of of view to the right would be the Musee de l'Oranger where the famous Water Lilies paintings by Monet are housed.
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