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Fontainebleau Palace, one of France's largest royal palaces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Library - Château de Fontainebleau, Fontainebleau, France

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Chateau de Fontainebleau, France: an older Chateau sat at this site in the 12th century. It  was in use as a royal residence and a palace for royal guests until the late 18th century. It is now home to Écoles d'Art Américaines, a school of art, architecture, and music for students from the United States.

Chateau de Fontainebleau, France: an older Chateau sat at this site in the century. It was in use as a royal residence and a palace for royal guests until the late century.

Chateau de Villandry – a 16th century late Renaissance chateau in the Loire Valley, France…..famous for it’s magnificent gardens

Chateau de Villandry & a century late Renaissance chateau in the Loire Valley, France& for it& magnificent gardens

The Châtelet du Château de Carrouges in Normandy, France, is unusual in its combination of an austere fortress with a comfortable residence.   It was built partly in the 14th and partly in the 15th centuries.

Châtelet du Château de Carrouges ~ Normandy ~ France ~ It is unusual in its combination of an austere fortress with a comfortable residence. It was built partly in the and partly in the centuries.

Fontainebleau

With over 1500 rooms at the heart of 130 acres of parkland and gardens, Palace of Fontainebleau is the only royal and imperial palace to have been continuously inhabited for seven centuries

Vintage photograph with photochrome coloring, showing the throne with curtains swept aside in the throne room of Fontainebleau Palace, a cry...

This color photochrome print was taken between 1890 and 1900 in Palace, France. The image shows The throne room, Fontainebleau Palace, France.

Château de Fontainebleau © Flammarion, SA, Paris, 2015 – photos by Eric Sander

A Day at Château de Fontainebleau - the pond pavilion: In the newly crowned emperor, Napoleon I, decided to make Fontainebleau his imperial palace.

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