The Hall of Mirrors enshrines the military, economic and artistic success of France under Louis XIV. It is emblematic of the wealth at Versailles. 73 metres long and 10.50 metres high, the king walked along it every day to get to the Queen's Apartments and the Royal Chapel. Open to all, it was mainly a place for socialising but also served as the backdrop to games, balls and receptions.
Credits: The Palace of Versailles in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.
Sep 20, 2019
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