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Mirror Fountains

Accueil Mirror Fountain

Presentation

The Mirror Pool was dug in 1672. It complemented the large pool of the Royal Island opposite it, now known as the Royal Garden. The two water features were separated by an alley. Playing on the difference in level, which placed the Royal Island lower than the Miroir, Le Nôtre created architectural waterfalls on the Royal Island retaining wall.

 

WATER DISPLAYS DURING THE MUSICAL FOUTAINS SHOW AND THE MUSICAL GARDENS

Every 10 minutes from 10am to 7pm

 

Water display during the Musical Gardens and the Musical Fountains Show

Georg Friedrich Haendel The Coronation of King George II

François Colin de Blamont Guerre des Te Deum

 

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