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the unique seychelles islands
The Republic of Seychelles comprises 115 islands occupying a land area of 455
km² and an Exclusive Economic Zone of 1.4 million km² in the western Indian
Ocean. It represents an archipelago of legendary beauty that extends from
between 4 and 10 degrees south of the equator and which lies between 480km and
1,600km from the east coast of Africa.Of these 115 islands, 41 constitute the
oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth while a further 74 form the
low-lying coral atolls and reef islands of the Outer Islands.
the royal castle of CHAMBORD - France
PLACES TO VISIT IN EUROPE !
FRANCE Chambord is the largest of the Loire castles,
sumptuous Renaissance Palace, creation of the king François I inspired
by the famous Leonardo da Vinci. Dreams of a genial artist
made reality by the enthusiasm of the greatest king of the 16C ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Azay-le-Rideau (FRANCE) = = =
Chambord is the largest of the Loire castles, sumptuous Renaissance Palace, creation of the king François I inspired by the famous Leonardo da Vinci. Dreams of a genial artist made reality by the enthusiasm of the greatest king of the 16C
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Vaux-le-Vicomte - FRANCE - EUROPE
The Chateau of Vaux-le-Vicomte was built in 1658-61 for Nicholas Fouquet, the finance minister of Louis XIV. The architects were Louis LeVau and Jules Hardouin-Mansart; the gardens were designed by André LeNôtre. Fouquet was jailed shortly after the opening celebrations of the chateau, and Louis XIV afterwards employed the designers for his palace at Versailles.
VAUX - LE - VICOMTE
The Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte is a baroque French chateau located in Maincy, near Melun, 55 km southeast of Paris in the Seine-et-Marne département of France. It was built from 1658 to 1661 for Nicolas Fouquet, Marquis de Belle-Isle (Belle-Ile-en-Mer), Viscount of Melun and Vaux, the superintendent of finances of Louis XIV.
Vaux-le-Vicomte was in many ways the most influential work built in Europe in the mid-17th century, the most elaborate and grand house built in France after the Château de Maisons. Here, the architect Louis Le Vau, the landscape architect André le Nôtre, and the painter-decorator Charles Le Brun worked together on a large-scale project for the first time. Their collaboration marked the beginning of a new order: the magnificent manner that is associated with the "Louis XIV style" involving a system of collective work, which could be applied to the structure, its interiors and works of art and the creation of an entire landscape. The garden's use of a baroque axis that extends to infinity is an example of this style.