Photographer's Note

Picture taken in the garden of Palais Royal.
My glance had been attracted by this chair in the middle of one of the basins. It had a nonconformist side in this place in charge of stories.
The garden is decorated with four double lines of limes cut in marchioness planted in the years 1970 and of the red chestnut trees planted in 1910 (in the North of the garden).
These trees shade the noble alleys of the garden of the Palais Royal, at the sides of 466 other trees.
A central basin deploys its water jets in the shape of range towards two vast lawns bordered of flowered solid masses redrawn by the landscape designer Mark Rudkin.
Don't miss at the time of a visit: columns of Buren and arcades.

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