As his residence in the Petit Luxembourg (a particular hotel adjacent to the Luxembourg palace and today the residence of the president of the Senate) is far too small to accommodate the court, the ambassador of Austria is downright build them up in the garden, a palace for a temporary to forty meters long and 25 wide, for the wedding of Marie-Antoinette with the future Louis XVi, which took place a fortnight earlier. In the interim, of course, but glitzy. Imagine that the room is surrounded by 24 corinthian columns 15 meters high, supporting a ceiling decorated by a huge fres... Article reserved to subscribers
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Updated Date: 28 May 2020, 19:33