Tuileries


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palace and royal residence built for Catherine de Medicis in 1564 and burned down in 1871

formal gardens next to the Louvre in Paris

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I tell you, marquis, my fortune is made if I only reach the Tuileries the first, for the king will not forget the service I do him.
His heart was full of pity, but he took care to keep his eyes fixed on the trees in the Tuileries gardens, lest he should see the monster's face.
Then he kept silence, folded his arms tightly across his breast, and took up his station under the portico which serves as an avenue of communication between the garden and the court-yard of the Tuileries.
I will take care of the Tuileries myself; the day I decide to go they will be very glad to have me.
Moreover, this demolition of the Tuileries now, would be not only a brutal deed of violence, which would make a drunken vandal blush--it would be an act of treason.
Mysterious link by which many interests were in some way connected with the Tuileries, and safe as a confessor, he sometimes knew everything and sometimes nothing; and, in addition to all these functions came that of saying for the minister those things that a minister cannot say for himself.
Fox will always hold the first place in an assembly at the Tuileries.
From the Palace of the Tuileries, through Monseigneur and the whole Court, through the Chambers, the Tribunals of Justice, and all society (except the scarecrows), the Fancy Ball descended to the Common Executioner: who, in pursuance of the charm, was required to officiate "frizzled, powdered, in a gold-laced coat, pumps, and white silk stockings.
Contract notice: decommissioning of the industrial chimney of the tuileries site - commune de mably
Standing 12 metres tall, Domestikator, a creation from Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout, was originally expected to stand in the 13th century Tuileries Gardens adjacent to Paris' Louvre museum as part of a contemporary art fair this month.
Two great champions of the work, Baudelaire and the still-life artist Fantin-Latour, are depicted in Manet's 1862 painting "Music in the Tuileries Garden" borrowed for the occasion from London's National Gallery.
Ensuite, il acquiert la SOGER (Societe Generale des routes maghrebines) et rachete les etablissements Gouvernec (emballages metalliques) ainsi que la SMIM et la SMEET au Groupe ONA, les tuileries et Briqueteries du Maroc et la societe marocaine d'explosifs au Groupe Mohamed Karim Lamrani.
We explored the neighbourhood on foot - the famous Galeries Lafayette department store is a ten-minute walk away and the Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries and Champs Elysees are reachable in 20 minutes.
Emergency vehicles blocked the wide avenue that cuts across central Paris between the Arc de Triomphe and the Tuileries Garden, normally packed with cars and tourists.