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Louis XIV wished to build around his palace the most beautiful garden in the world. The King hired the most famous architects and engineers of his time. They built 500 fountains, more than 1600 acres of artificial ponds and 25 miles of underground aqueducts. The inauguration was made in April 1666.

Nymph in the Gardens of Versailles, France 2003
(Ref: 0003)

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