Rue de Marly
the construction of the Marly machine began the following year
Jules Hardouin-Mansart's Colonnade was built on the former site of André Le Nôtre's Bosque des Sources
Forming a transitional element on the east-west axis between the castle and the gardens below
Above the fountain of Latona was the terrace of the castle
to the north the basin from Neptune and to the South the Orangery and which includes the French gardens close to the castle.
to the west the basin of the chariot of Apollo
Avenue de Trianon
Domaine de Versailles (woods, fields, gardens of the castles of Trianon
Today, the difference between Grand Parc is known as the
Parc de Versailles and includes all green spaces belonging to
or in the plural the gardens of Versailles , or the gardens of the castle of Versailles
The garden of Versailles , also called garden of the Palace of Versailles
built the Orangery and gave more simplicity to the layout of the Park
Château de Versailles
The works are undertaken at the same time as those of the palace and last about forty years.
André Le Nôtre was pleased to develop and extend it by widening the royal alley and digging the Grand Canal.
From the central window of the Hall of Mirrors unfolds