In the heart of Paris, a 'village within the city'
Erected for Cardinal Richelieu, the Palais-Royal is a magnificent illustration of palatial and civil architecture at the end of the 18th century. It was opened to contemporary art in 1985, installing Daniel Buren columns and Pol Bury fountains in the Main Courtyard. The Palais-Royal garden, comprising a central circular pool and two flower borders, has been classified as an 'Outstanding Garden' since 1920. Strategically located in the heart of Paris, enjoying a strong identity associated with fashion, art and especially poetry, its gardens and arcades will enhance your events and serve as a showcase for your communication.
Picture : © Romain Darugna
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