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A former 18th century private mansion, the Lambinet museum was built for a building contractor for Louis XV. In 1929, the Lambinet family bequeathed it to the city of Versailles in order to set up a museum there, open to the public since 1932.
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Established in 2003 by Bartabas at the Grande Ecurie of the Château de Versailles, the National Equestrian Academy of the Versailles Estate is a world-class ballet company based on transmission as well as on the art of representation
Countess du Barry was King Louis XV's favorite and purchased this estate in 1772, in order to welcome her own housekeepers and assigned the construction of the fabulous stables to the architect Claude Nicolas Ledoux.
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Thanks to a spectacular restoration, discover the old hospital Richaud wanted by Louis XIV where numerous exhibitions are hosted ...
The Gallery of Sculptures and Casts is situated in the Small Stables of the King, opposite the Palace. Casts of the most famous sculptures of Greek and Roman Antiquity are kept in this gallery, where they were once made for French artists' training.
This house is generally considered to be where five Italian singers lived when they arrived in Versailles under the reign of Louis XIV to join the Music of the Royal Chapel.
Genuine masterpieces created by the best artists of this time, here is Europe's largest collection of royal and imperial coaches !
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Built in 1761-1762 according to the wishes of the duke of Choiseul, then Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, this mansion was meant to house the archives and departments of Foreign Affairs and the Navy. Here were negotiated the Treaty of Versailles ...