History and visit the Tuileries Palace
The Palais des Tuileries in Paris was started to be built in 1564 it was on the current Carrousel gardens. The history of the Palais des Tuileries begins after the death of King Henry II in 1559, his widow, Catherine de Medici, demolished the royal residence where they lived and had started the building called the Tuileries, because there was formerly a Tuillerie the site.
The Tuileries Palace included a central pavilion with a dome and a staircase suspended ceiling. In 1871, the Paris Commune was the Tuileries theater festivals and concerts organizers “concerts Communists” had the idea of the destruction of the palace. On 23 May 1871 the palace burned for three days, based bronzes, marbles and reducing dust.
Enlarged under the successive reigns, he had a huge frontage of 266 meters long it was the royal residence of many monarchs like Henry IV, Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis XVIII, Napoleon I and Napoleon III. Important vestiges remain as they were bought and exhibited in many places, there are even Quito, Ecuador to presidential railings like me, the pediment of the central pavilion and clock purchased by Carnavalet, visible in the square Georges -Cain, Payenne street in the 3rd arrondissement, beautiful statues that adorned the pediment same can be seen in the lobby which is under the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel du Louvre. Associations argue to this day for identical reconstruction of the palace.
Transfer to the Tuileries Palace in Paris
Tuileries Palace is 21 km from Orly airport, 34 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 90 km from the airport of Beauvais.