The Grotte des Pins

This Renaissance building, decorated with rustic atlantes, has survived at the far end of the wing that was built in place of the Ulysses Gallery Wing under Louis XV. It was at one time surrounded by a garden of maritime pine trees, from which it takes its name.

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