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Venue: Château de Versailles

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AddressChâteau de Versailles
Versailles
Île-de-France
France
ContainsChapelle Royale
Galerie des Batailles
Galerie des Glaces
Grand Trianon
le Trianon
The King's Apartment
Plaine de la Reine
Royal Opera House
Salle des Croisades
Salles du Château
Salon d'Hercule
Stroll in the gardens
Terrasses
Google maps48° 48' 17.514" N 2° 7' 13.279" E
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