The main Roman palace, decorated by Simone Martini and Mateo Giovanni, looks like a very primitive Castle overlooking the city, its walls and the bridge across the Rona River left over from the 12th century. On the square beneath this prominent Gothic building, small palaces and the Roman Catholic Church of Notre Dame constitute a special group of monuments that demonstrate Avignon's prominent role in the Christian Europe of the 14th century. From 1309 to 1377, in the past 60 years and 70 years, there were seven popes living here. In order to show the holiness and dignity of the pope, in the high rocky mountains in the north of the city, the total area was 15,000 square meters, which was joined by the old palace and the new palace.
Many people go there to take pictures. When taking pictures, they meet a couple of foreign lovers who are taking pictures just in time.
Perfect place. Come on, come on.
Located in the southwestern suburb of Paris, the capital of Evelyn Province, Versailles is the largest and most luxurious palace in Europe. It was built in 1661 by King Louis XIV of France and repaired by dynasties. It took 28 years to complete the Versailles Palace.
Palais-Royal Palace is located in the north of the Louvre Palace, where Louis XIV lived in the 1840s. When it was rebuilt in the 19th century, it was largely neoclassical. Now it is the seat of the French government. The square courtyard inside has a garden with shopping corridors on both sides. Metro Line M1 and M7 can be reached at Palais Royal-Mus eduLouvre Station.
The Palace of Paris now goes to the seat of the government, but the architecture is still a typical French-style gorgeous appearance.