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The Jardin des Tuileries occupies an area of 25 hectares, between the Carrousel du Louvre and the place de la Concorde, the rue de Rivoli and the banks of the Seine. It was commissioned by Catherine de Médicis but the present layout of the formal garden (1664) is attributable to Le Nôtre.

The two terraces which form the north and south borders, blossom out into wide sinuous slopes in front of the place de la Concorde. The northern (Musée du jeu de Paume) side is dominated by the terrasse des Feuillants, named after a neighbouring Benedictine convent. It was here that the salle de Manège which received the Assemblée Nationale in 1789 rose up followed by the other revolutionary assemblies.

The garden's sculptures are extremely varied with contributions from Marly, Van Cleve, Coustou, and Le Paultre. There are two illustrious buildings - the Orangery and the Musée du Jeu de Paume. This prestigious area is also a place where children congregate, taking part in gardening, painting, sculpturing and modelling work groups. Other attractions include a traditional merry-go-round, donkey rides and small boats for hire.



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