Palace of Versailles

The palace consists of two floors.

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The building is topped with a balustraded attic, which housed the apartments of the royal court. The king and princes lived in the central part of the palace and its wings.

On the first floor there is a chapel and six large chambers where courtiers were received three times a week.

The palace has three courtyards: the Courtyard of Ministers, the Royal Courtyard with the equestrian statue of Louis XIV, and the Marble Courtyard, with some buildings forming part of the hunting lodge of Louis XIII.

The most famous facade of the palace is 560 meters long and overlooks a wonderful garden.