Scenic, Garden, Amusement Park

Having entrée to majestic pieces of fine art on a daily basis must be utterly rewarding, but living in one is a absolutely different affair. Louis XIV surely knew what he was doing when he moved to the court of Versailles in 1682. Today the gold plated imperial high-rises, the awe-inspiring Hall of Mirrors, the intimate cabinets, and the stunning enfilade of other rooms - all of them magnum opus in their own right - as well as the scrupulously manicured garden straight from a folk tale make for not only an splendid symbol of supreme kingdom, but also the optimum example of artistic creation, and one of France's chief tourist attractions.

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