HD photograph of Demi-lune Reserve nord inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south, south west - Page 157
We were in the Grand Carre area of the Jardin des Tuileries standing by one of the parterres called the Demi-lune Reserve nord, when we took this photograph looking in a southerly direction towards the Grand Bassin rond, which in English translates to the Large Round Basin.
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And although the Tuileries Gardens were originally laid out in an Italian Renaissance style for Catherine de Medici, it was Andre Le Notre that redesigned it in a formal French style called the Jardin a la Francaise although some of the vases and statues, like those you can see here were put in place centuries later.
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