Compiègne, France Photos
Compiègne, a historical town where Joan of Arc was captured, is best known for the Palace of Louis XV (1785) often visited by many of the Kings of France as well as Napoleon 1 & III & other notables.
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|City Hall, built under Louis XII with 19thC restoration, with facade displaying equestrian statue of Louis XII & historic figures such as Joan of Arc & Charlemagne. Compiègne, France. Style: Late Gothic.||Louis XV Palace (1785) often visited by various Kings of France & Napoleon I & III. Compiègne, France. Architect: Jacques Gabriel & Jacques Ange Gabriel.||Ballroom (1810) built by Napoleon I in Louis XV Palace. Compiègne, France.||Emperor's bedchamber restored to First Empire period in Louis XV Palace. Compiègne, France.|
|Ornate antique carriage in Car & Tourism Museum part of Louis XV Palace complex. Compiègne, France.||Town cemetery with elaborate headstones. Compiègne, France.|
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