Guided tour - Château Du Barry

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A treasure for a princess... Madame du Barry's castle, a former water pavilion, was a gift from King Louis XV for his favourite, the Countess du Barry. It only opens its doors on rare occasions, become one of the privileged people to enter... The castle is called Pavillon des Eaux because it belonged to the governor of the Machine de Marly, Arnold de Ville. It was made available to Madame du Barry by King Louis XV in 1769. The Countess had many improvements made there such as the Music Pavilion, the orangery, the greenhouse, a Doric temple, an icehouse, ... The The park was also redesigned with ponds, woods and lawns, and even today a superb lime tree awaits you at the top of the park. The Countess of Barry lived there until her arrest in 1793. Her memory is still very present today in the landscaped park and the reception rooms.
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