Friday, 12 August 2011

The Royal Buildings in the 17th century














The Royal Buildings:

- The Samaritaine
- Hotel des ambassadeurs
- Place royale de L' Hotel de Vendôme (place vendôme, Vendôme square)
- Le Collège royal 
- Le Collège de France

- Le Palais Brion  (Current State Council)
- Le Palais Royal  

- La maison des Gobelins (The house of Gobelins, see below)
- La maison de la Savonneuse (The same)

- Aqueduc de la Tour (Aqueduct of La Tour)
- Aqueduc de la rivière d'Eure ( in Maintenon)

- Le réservoir de la Tour (Tank of La Tour)
- Le réservoir du Parc aux Cerfs (Tank of.., Near Versailles)
- Les étangs; d'Arcy, de Trappes, Du petit palais royal, du Perray (the ponds of Arcy, Trappes)
- Le réservoir de Satory (Tank of Satory)
- Le réservoir de Louciennes (Tank of Louveciennes)
- Pavillon et grand puisart de la machine de la rivière de la Seyne (Pavilion and grand sewer of the machin of the river of the Seine)


To see the aqueducts and tank in Ile-de-France region, see link below



- La maison de la pompe du Pont-Neuf (The house of the pump of Pont-Neuf (the bridge))
- La pompe du pont-Neuf  (The pump of Pont-Neuf)


- La machine de Marly (The machin of Marly, see below)
- La machine de la rivière de la Seyne ( There where somes machines everywhere in Paris)

- Les Tuileries ( wich wrote formerly Les Thuilleries)
- Le jardin royal (The royal garden)
- Les jardins potager de Clagny et de Glatigny (The vegetable gardens)
- Le jardin médicinal (The medicinal garden)
- L'orangerie et la pépinière du Roulle (The orangery and tree nursery du Roulle)
- La butte de Montboron  ( The hillrock of Montboron)
- La savonnerie (à Paris)  (The soap Factory in Paris)
- Moulin de Moulineau (A mill of Moulineau)
- L'académie des inscriptions (Academy of inscription)
- L'imprimerie royale (The royal printing)



The royal Castles:

- The castle of Vincennes
- The castle of Versailles
- The castle of Marly
- The castle of Rambouillet
- The castle of Fontainebleau
- The castle of Compiègne
- The castle of Maintenon
- The castle of Monceaux
- The castle of Saint-Lèger
- The castle of Choisy
- The castle of Noisy
- The castle of Limours
- The castle of Madrid
- The castle of Marimont
- The castle of Louvre
- Pavillon et jardin du Val
- The castle and and Domain of Château-Thierry
- The castle and domain of Villers-côtterets







Various royal buildings:
- Fontaines de Pougues (The Fountain of Pouges town)
- La Tour des gallériens de la Tournelle (The tower of galley slaves)





Build that you can visit now;

- The Manufacture des Gobelins is a tapestry factory located in ParisFrance, at 42 avenue des Gobelins, near the Les Gobelins métro station in the XIIIe arrondissement. It is best known as a royal factory supplying the court of Louis XIV and later monarchs; it is now run by the FrenchMinistry of Culture, and open for guided tours several afternoons per week by appointment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gobelins_Manufactory



- The Machin of Marly, 
The machine was a gigantic water pump middle age, serving to supply the water to the garden of the Castle of Marly and Park of Versailles (to supply water tanks, among others)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_de_Marly

To see a small remnant of the Machin, go to Bougival, near Saint-Germain-en-Laye: http://www.tourisme-bougival.com/La-Machine-de-Marly



-  Le Palais Royal, the Royal palace, in Paris  http://palais-royal.monuments-nationaux.fr/en/



-  Aqueducts, tanks , http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2011/08/aqueducts-reservoirs.html



- The ponds of Arcy, Trappes










http://www.maurepas-histoire.net/patrimoine-2/rigoles/



- Les Tuileries, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuileries_Garden


- The imprimerie nationale, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imprimerie_nationale
The Imprimerie nationale (French pronunciation: ​[ɛ̃pʁimʁi nasjɔnal]) is the official printing works of the French government, in succession to theManufacture royale d'imprimerie founded by Cardinal Richelieu. Its Président-directeur général is Didier Trutt (since August 2009).


- To visit the Castles of Ile-de-France region, http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2012/04/castles-can-be-visited-in-ile-de-france.html




Others builds:

Le Collège de France,  http://www.college-de-france.fr/site/college/index.htm
The Collège de France is a public institution of higher education, unique institution in France, unparalleled abroad. Since the sixteenth century, the College de France has a dual vocation to be both the place of the most daring research and her teaching.  Devoted to basic research, in partnership with the CNRS, Inserm and several other major institutions, the College de France has the singular characteristic: he teaches "knowledge in the process of formation in all fields of literature, science or the arts. "



The buildings of King:

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A2timents_du_roi


Castles in Links
http://chandt.blogspot.com/2011/09/castles-in-links.html










A beautiful project that will revitalize the pomp of French royalty, the Art in Architecture!

Congratulations Mr Laurent Bouvet!!








To learn more about the project, a few words and links are available:

Project Rebuild St. Cloud is a project of economic self-financing (to see on Facebook), an economic, self-funded, part of a sustainable development approach.

Generating tourism flows - and therefore economic flows - the heritage is par excellence creates jobs directly and more indirectly, thus contributing greatly to the enrichment of a country.

This is why - especially in view of the Grand Paris - the reconstruction of the castle of Saint-Cloud is all the more as evidence that, located on the axis the most touristic of the planet .... Thereafter;

The project site created by Laurent Bouvet, President of "Rebuild St. Cloud!" "Reconstruisons Saint-Cloud !"
27, rue Saint-Ferdinand
75017 Paris

http://www.reconstruisonssaintcloud.fr/pagedaccueil.htmlthe project on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=46321139735&v=wall&ref=mfFriends of the Park of Saint Cloud:
http://saintcloud.free.fr/




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