HD photograph of Demi-lune carre de fer sud garden inside Jardin des Tuileries looking north west - Page 69
Back when the Tuileries Gardens were first laid out by Andre Le Notre in the 1600s there were hundreds of gardeners and stone masons employed to make his designs a reality, and it was from this point on and over the centuries that more statues and ornaments like the stone vases were added.
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However, it was during the reign of King Louis Philippe, and then during the reign of Emperor Louis Napoleon that numerous other statues were commissioned to sculptors of the time, with some of these being found around the Grand Bassin Rond, which is where we were when we took this looking in a north westerly direction with the Demi-lune carre de fer sud garden area to the left hand side.
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