The Palace of Versailles is certainly the most iconic castle of France.
Located 20 km southwest of Paris, it’s the residence of the last king of France, Louix XVI, before the fall of the monarchy in 1789. Established in a 1,070-hectare park with splendid French gardens, the palace itself covers an area of 67,000 sq m.
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