Why is the palace at Versailles historically important


The Palace at Versailles in France was built by the French King Louis XlV. He was known as' The sun King', and he wanted to have a place where he could be away from the influence of his advisers and establish his own court. However, the building of the palace continued making changes, until he was forced to return to Paris during french Revolution.

After the Revolution, Napoleon spent his summers at Versailles until he abdicated. Later, it was Louis-Phillipe who, in 1830, transformed the chateau into a grand museum, dedicated to 'the glory of France'.
 Hall of Mirrors :


The hall of mirrors, the Grand Apartments and the royal Opera are some of the marvels of this palace. The Chapel. which towers above the palace, is an exquisite piece of architecture that reflects the church's supremacy in France.
The Palace at Versailles is not only the largest palace in Europe. It is also has the largest palace garden. There are also a couple of smaller palaces in the garden the Grand Trianon and the Petit Trianon. The palace has witnessed many historic moments, including the singing of the Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I.
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