HD photograph of Demi-lune Reserve sud garden area inside Jardin des Tuileries looking north easterly - Page 233
Originally there used to be tile manufacturing workshops on the site of The Tuileries Gardens that had been there since the middle ages, and when Catherine de Medici, the widow of King Henri II decided to have a new palace constructed with her own royal garden, these were named Tuileries after the kiln workshops.
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However, now it is only the Jardin des Tuileries that still exists, which has become an open air museum that has been managed and maintained by the famous Musee du Louvre since 2005, and open daily, it sees over 15 million tourists each year that come to enjoy the greenery and its statues.
So just like you can see from this photo, which was taken showing a couple of statues that have been placed along the grass border of the Demi-lune Reserve sud garden area, these are next to the pathway, for visitors to enjoy as they walk through.
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