July 29, 2013

Above: Horse and carriage ride available through the Palace gardens

Picture 1, the Rotunda, a unique marble statue by Niccolo Pericoli for Francois I, in 1529
Pictured 2 and 3 are from the Horse Gallery, named after the carving over the fireplace
Pictures 4 and 5 are views in a sitting room for the royal family to socialize in
Picture 6 is the Diane Gallery (library)
Pictures 7 and 8 are views of the clock and furniture in
Picture 9 is the bed in the Queen's Bedroom, used by Marie Antoinette and Josephine Bonaparte, among others
Picture 10 is the side of the Throne Room, where Napoleon held court, when in France
Picture 11 is the bed in the Emperor's Bedroom
Picture 12 is called the Abdication Room, where Napoleon agreed to go into exile in 1814, formerly the room for state business
Pictures 13 and 14 are in the Trinity Chapel

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