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7TH CENTURY  Le Brun,Charles  Vaux-le-Vicomte, "chambre du roi", the bedroom reserved for visits by king Louis XIV. One such visit led to the dismissal and arrest of Nicolas Fouquet, minister of finance. The King built Versailles with Fouquet's architect and painter. See 14-01-04/1-20  Chateau, Vaux-le-Vicomte, France

Every chateau had a chamber (or in the case of Vaux-le-Vicomte, an entire wing) for the King, should he visit. This bedroom, designed for Louis XIV, was never used.

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in 1781, France, 18th century.

La Meridiana, Marie Antoinette's sitting area, Palace of Versailles, furnished by Mique in France, century.

Switzerland - beside the clouds

Switzerland – beside the clouds

Balalp - Switzerland: Mountain Hut A mountain hut has a spectacular view from Balalp in Switzerland.

Linderhof Palace | Dining room, Linderhof Palace, Germany

Dining room, Linderhof Palace, Germany Only the King ate here. The table sinks into the floor to the kitchens and back loaded with food for one.

Chambre de Roi

The Queens' and Empress' bedchamber at Fontainebleau Royal Palace in France…

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A n exclusive look inside the Hotel de Monaco, home of the Polish embassy in Paris, and it's stunning interiors of the gilded age.

Le château de Fontainebleau by Ganymede2009. Discover French Castles for your meeting with www.louis-event.com

The Chapel of the Trinity at Le château de Fontainebleau - Its outstanding décor, characteristic of the Second École de Fontainebleau, prefigures the baroque style. photo by Ganymede

Guest bedroom with four-poster bed in Herrenchiemsee palace, a residence built for Ludwig II of Bavaria, who admired France's Louis XIV and saw himself as another "sun-king". Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Herrenchiemsee Palace Dining-room with the magic table which was raised from the floor