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Gardens at Het Loo Palace
Great Garden Het Loo Palace is a garden built in Baroque style with rich décor, created by William III of Orange and Mary II Stuart. Foreign visitors have called this garden "Versailles of Holland" because of its appearance axial fountains, flowers and statues.
This garden was designed by Andre Le Notre's nephew, Claude Desgotz. Great Garden has a central axis and alleys dotted with orange, they are as a badge of the Prince of Orange. In the eighteenth century, Baroque style garden of William was destroyed to create a new park that was to have English architectural influences. "Green rooms" are cut into the forest green imitation of existing cabinets at Versailles and shows us how the engraving was executed at Het Loo.
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