The palace of the Tuileries in Paris was distant the earlier city lock of the French rulers, approximately 500 meters from the Louvre. It became 1871 in the German Französichen war with the bombardment of Parisby German troops destroys; today only the magnificent garden of the Tuilerien (Jardin of the Tuileries), decorated with many picture columns, reminds of the former lock. It extends on the right Seine bank from the Louvre to the Place de la Concorde. Here is alsothe museum Jeu de Paume.
the palace of the Tuileries was established starting from 1564 on operation of Katharina from Medici to plans of Philibert Delorme in place of an earlier brickyard (frz. la tuilerie, brickyard). After death Katharinas became thatPalace not posed.
Heinrich IV. seized the plan to connect Louvre and Tuilerien by the building of two galleries in the south and in the north. This project, mentioned “Grand Dessin”, saw a only one, enormous palace resulting from the connection of the two palaces. Under Karl IX.the Grande gallery in the south was then built along the Seine.
Starting from 1806 the work on the combination of the two palaces was resumed. Charles Percier and Pierre Fontaine began with a north wing parallel to the Grande gallery, the gallery Napoléon.Under Ludwig XVIII. and during the second empire the work under the architect Louis Tullius Visconti and Hector Lefuel persisted . Napoléon III. Louvre 1857 could inaugurate the Nouevau finished placed.
With the rebellion Paris municipality in May 1871 the Tuilerien was to that into fire,and the ruins were torn off 1880 up to two small pavilions. A small ruin remainder was bought 1871 and created to Berlin. There it stands since that time on the island Schwanenwerder at the Havelstrand.
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coordinates: 48° 51 ′ 50 " n. Break, 2° 19 ′ 34 " o. L.