Palau i jardins de versalles

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Palau i jardins de versalles

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«Versailles» redirects here. For the surrounding gardens, see Gardens of Versailles. For the city, see Versailles, Yvelines. For the World War I peace treaty, see Treaty of Versailles. For other uses, see Versailles (disambiguation).
A hunting lodge was built in 1623 on the site of the Palace of Versailles by King Louis XIII, and expanded by Louis XIV in three phases from 1661 to 1715. The palace was a favorite residence for both kings, and in 1682, Louis XIV moved the seat of his court and government to Versailles, making the palace the de facto capital of France. This state of affairs was continued by Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI, who primarily made interior alterations to the palace, but in 1789 the royal family and capital of France returned to Paris. For the rest of the French Revolution, the Palace of Versailles was largely abandoned and emptied of its contents, and the population of the surrounding city plummeted.
Napoleon Bonaparte, following his takeover of France, used Versailles as a summer residence from 1810 to 1814, but did not restore it. When the French Monarchy was restored, it remained in Paris and it was not until the 1830s that meaningful repairs were made to the palace. A museum of French history was installed within it, replacing the apartments of the southern wing.

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«Versailles» redirects here. For the surrounding gardens, see Gardens of Versailles. For the city, see Versailles, Yvelines. For the World War I peace treaty, see Treaty of Versailles. For other uses, see Versailles (disambiguation).
A hunting lodge was built in 1623 on the site of the Palace of Versailles by King Louis XIII, and expanded by Louis XIV in three phases from 1661 to 1715. The palace was a favorite residence for both kings, and in 1682, Louis XIV moved the seat of his court and government to Versailles, making the palace the de facto capital of France. This state of affairs was continued by Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI, who primarily made interior alterations to the palace, but in 1789 the royal family and capital of France returned to Paris. For the rest of the French Revolution, the Palace of Versailles was largely abandoned and emptied of its contents, and the population of the surrounding city plummeted.
Napoleon Bonaparte, following his takeover of France, used Versailles as a summer residence from 1810 to 1814, but did not restore it. When the French Monarchy was restored, it remained in Paris and it was not until the 1830s that meaningful repairs were made to the palace. A museum of French history was installed within it, replacing the apartments of the southern wing.

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«Versailles» redirects here. For the surrounding gardens, see Gardens of Versailles. For the city, see Versailles, Yvelines. For the World War I peace treaty, see Treaty of Versailles. For other uses, see Versailles (disambiguation).
A hunting lodge was built in 1623 on the site of the Palace of Versailles by King Louis XIII, and expanded by Louis XIV in three phases from 1661 to 1715. The palace was a favorite residence for both kings, and in 1682, Louis XIV moved the seat of his court and government to Versailles, making the palace the de facto capital of France. This state of affairs was continued by Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI, who primarily made interior alterations to the palace, but in 1789 the royal family and capital of France returned to Paris. For the rest of the French Revolution, the Palace of Versailles was largely abandoned and emptied of its contents, and the population of the surrounding city plummeted.
Napoleon Bonaparte, following his takeover of France, used Versailles as a summer residence from 1810 to 1814, but did not restore it. When the French Monarchy was restored, it remained in Paris and it was not until the 1830s that meaningful repairs were made to the palace. A museum of French history was installed within it, replacing the apartments of the southern wing.

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El palau de Versalles és el gran palau dels reis de França, a la ciutat que li dona el nom, al departament d’Yvelines (l’Illa de França), a uns 20 km de París. Fou fet construir per Lluís XIII i fet ampliar per ordre de Lluís XIV. La més famosa de les estances és el Saló dels miralls. Lluís XIV va deixar París i va decidir construir Versalles, com una petita ciutat allunyada dels problemes. Tindria diverses etapes constructives, marcades per les amants de Lluís XIV.
El primer «palau» de Versalles es va edificar darrere de l’actual edifici de marbre. L’habitatge principal mesurava 24 m de longitud per 6 de profunditat i, a cada costat, es van construir dues ales baixes. El departament del rei constava d’una petita galeria en la qual penjava un quadre que representava la batalla de La Rochelle. A continuació hi havia quatre sales, les parets estaven recobertes de tapisseries. L’habitació del rei ocupava el cos central de l’edifici.
1630: l’11 de novembre, el cardenal Richelieu va anar a Versalles, en secret, per informar el rei d’una conspiració que s’estava forjant i que fomentava la reina mare. Aquesta conspiració es coneixeria més tard amb el nom de Dia dels enganyats. Richelieu va ser nomenat primer ministre i la reina mare va ser exiliada.

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