HD photograph of Carre de fer sud garden inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south, south easterly - Page 294
We were looking in a south, south easterly direction, when we took this photograph looking over the Carre de fer sud, which is one of the parterres within the Grand Carre area of the Jardin des Tuileries, and in the distance you can see stone stairs that lead up to the southern terrace by the River Seine.
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And although the gardens were first laid out in 1564, they were completed redesigned and laid out in the 1660s by Andre Le Notre, who was a landscape architect and the grandson of a gardener for Catherine de Medici, and they were designed in a formal way referred to as a Jardin a la Francaise, which he had already perfected at the Chateau de Versailles.
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