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Photographer's Note

When you arrive in Versailles with the 'Versailles Rive Gauche' rail station, you walk one hundred meters to reach the Paris avenue. This view of the castle is the one you have when you arrive on this avenue.

This avenue was build to make sure the sun can raise in the sight of the king's chamber (Louis XIV). By the way, his login (err... sorry, nickname, professional deviation) was "the sun king" (le roi soleil).
This kind of architectural obsession can be found all over the place.

About the picture, I had not so much problem to stitch it together. I only have to make sure that one part of the picture has the priority to ease the removal of a car.
I have to add the black frame to meet the 250 limit without going over the 800 limit for the small view. The large view does not have this frame.

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