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Fontainebleau Palace, located southeast of Paris, is known as a "looking glass into French history." It is listed as a World Heritage Site. Originally a royal hunting site, it later became one of the important palaces of the French Renaissance. Later, numerous famous architects and artists took part in its renovation and left imprints of styles from various eras.