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Pavillon de l'Étang, Louis le Vau 1662  The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

Pavillon de l'Étang, Louis le Vau 1662 The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

The baroque gardens of Schloss Weesenstein (ca. 1200-1781) were added in 1781 and extended in 1861, during the latest phase of the castle's continuous rebuilding. They are laid out on both sides of the river Müglitz, connected by a stone bridge.

The baroque gardens of Schloss Weesenstein (ca. were added in 1781 and extended in during the latest phase of the castle's continuous rebuilding. They are laid out on both sides of the river Müglitz, connected by a stone bridge.

F_Chateau_de_Fontainebleau_08 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

F_Chateau_de_Fontainebleau_08 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tiber Statue, Grand Parterre 1660-1664, Andre le Nôtre & Louis le Vau  The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

Tiber Statue, Grand Parterre 1660-1664, Andre le Nôtre & Louis le Vau The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

Fountain, Grand Parterre 1660-1664, Andre le Nôtre & Louis le Vau  The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

Fountain, Grand Parterre 1660-1664, Andre le Nôtre & Louis le Vau The 11 ha. Grand Parterre of Fontainebleau is one of the largest baroque parterres in Europe, and retains today the most principal features of pools, fountains and sculpture as well as the impressive Canal Henri IV and its cascades(1606-1609).

Branitz, Germany, blue glass in garden, niebieskie szkło, oranżerie, Zielona Metamorfoza

Branitz, Germany, blue glass in garden, niebieskie szkło, oranżerie, Zielona Metamorfoza

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