Definition of Palace of versailles
1. Noun. A palace built in the 17th century for Louis XIV southwest of Paris near the city of Versailles.
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Literary usage of Palace of versailles
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1. The Last Days of the French Monarchy by Sophia H. MacLehose (1901)
"THE palace of versailles. VHE Palace of Versailles to-day is a maze of picture galleries and a series of ..."
2. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of France in the Seventeenth Century by Pardoe (Julia) (1855)
"... his Successors; his Children—Policy of Louvois—The Bombardment of Genoa—Treaty of Peace—Submission of the Doge —Palace of Versailles—Reception of the ..."
3. Modern European Civilization: A Textbook for Secondary Schools by Roscoe Lewis Ashley (1921)
"... not only his rights to rule as a feudal lord GENERAL VIEW, palace of versailles but his right to think for himself and to criticize the king. ..."
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