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Tuileries Garden – legendary parkland near the Louvre. The garden was laid out during the reign of Louis XIV by his personal order in 1656.
The king's gardener created a garden separating the Louvre and the Tuileries Palace. The central road leading to the Louvre is surrounded on two sides by plantations that still retain the look that was created during the reign of the Sun King.
The park area is surrounded by many sculptural compositions built at different times, up to the 20th century.
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