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The Grand Palace

Inside its walls, there is not actually one palace, but many buildings, courtyards, gardens and structures.  Additions from kings over the past 200 years make it a pleasure to explore the different styles and the intricate, colorful, and beautiful details the palace is known for.

Also inside the palace walls is the Queen’s textile museum.  My favorite was the gold embroidered jumpsuit by Pierre Balmain and the hallway draped with colorful panels and hanging flowers.

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