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Hall of Mirrors (France)

The Grande Galerie (La Grande Galerie in French), as it was brought in the seventeenth century, served every day as a way and a holding up and meeting place, frequented by squires and the meeting open

After the triumph over the three joined forces, spoke to in the Salon de la Guerre (War Room) and refered to on the past page, the exhibition's seventy-three meters celebrated the political, monetary and imaginative accomplishment of France. Political achievement is shown by thirty sytheses in the curve painted by Le Brun, which outline the eminent history of Louis XIV in the initial eighteen years of his administration, from 1661 until the Peace of Nijmegen. Military and political triumphs, and in addition changes in perspective of the rearrangement of the kingdom, are depicted as old fashioned purposeful anecdotes. Monetary flourishing is exhibited by the measurements and amount of the three hundred and fifty-seven mirrors that adorn the seventeen curves inverse the windows, verifying that the new French creation of mirrors, which at the time were extravagance items, is equipped for taking the imposing business model far from Venice. Imaginative achievement: the Rance marble pilasters designed with a model of plated bronze capitals called "French request"; made by Le Brun at the solicitation of Colbert, this new model speaks to national seals: a fleur de lys topped by an illustrious sun between two French cockerels

The Grand Gallery (La Grande Galerie in French), as it was brought in the seventeenth century, was utilized every day by squires and guests for going through, sitting tight and for meeting individuals. It was utilized for functions on outstanding events, when sovereigns needed to loan quality to discretionary gatherings, or diversions (balls or amusements) on the event of royal weddings. For the principal, the royal position was introduced on a platform toward the end of the corridor, beside the Salon de la Paix (Peace Room) with its shut curve. The show of force once in a while achieved such an extent of showiness; in this manner, the doge of Genoa in 1685 and the diplomats of Siam (1686), Persia (1715), and the Ottoman Empire (1742) needed to cross the whole lobby, viewed by the Court assembled on every side of the patios! There were likewise the wedding festivities of the Duke of Burgundy, grandson of Louis XIV, in 1697, of the child of Louis XV in 1745 and the conceal ball for the wedding of Marie-Antoinette and the Dauphin, the future Louis XVI, in May 1770. It was likewise here that the arrangement of Versailles was marked on 28th June 1919, which fixed the end of the First World War. From that point forward, the presidents of the Republic of France keep on receiving the official hosts of France here

The Hall of Mirrors was reestablished in 2007 on account of the sponsorship of abilities of the organization Vinci, incredible backer of the Ministry of Culture and Communication