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Aposentos de Maria Antonieta, Palácio de Versalhes, França. / Marie Antoinette's apartments, Versailles Palace, France.

The Boudoir. The Boudoir was part of the apartments of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, the wife of Alexander II. The elegant decor was created in 1853 by the architect Harald Bosse, a virtuoso of interior design in the “Second Rococo” style.

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in 1781, France, 18th century.

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in France, century.

le théâtre de la reine Marie-Antoinette au château de #Versailles

Le théâtre de la Reine

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The balroom of the Catherine Palace, Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Designed by Italian Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli - Court Architect to Empress Elizabeth and master of the Russian Rococo/Late Baroque style.

Marie Antoinette's private salon at Versailles.

A private salon (The Cabinet Dore) of Marie Antoinette’s at Versailles, part of a suite of private rooms given to her by Louis XVI in 1782 celebrating the birth of the Dauphin.

Natural History Museum, London ⏬⏫

Great Hall of the Natural History Museum, London. The Natural History Museum is the is one of three large museums in London, England. This museum is also known as the British Museum.

"A lovely photograph of a little building in Paris. The curtains in the windows and the flowers hanging out of them make this little place charming. We like to think of this as a life size doll house."

Windows of Paris Photo-Pink-White-Apartment-Dollhouse-Flowers-House-Garden- by chezjolly exterior design french windows

French Royal Palace Dining Room and Chandeliers at Louvre Palace

French Royal Palace Dining Room and Chandeliers at Louvre Palace <> (of the manor born, royals, interior decor)

Versailles - Royal Chapel Ceiling (2nd floor view)

Versailles - Royal Chapel Ceiling floor view) A view of the Royal Chapel in the Palace of Versailles. Taken from the second-floor doorway. This is an angle toward the lavishly painted ceiling.

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