Royal Chapel, Chateau De Versailles Photo



Royal Chapel of Versailles, dedicated to Saint Louis, patron saint of the Bourbons, the chapel was consecrated in 1710.  It was here that  Louis XVI of France was wed to Marie-Antoinette. The ceiling represents God the Father in His Glory Bringing to the World the Promise of Redemption and was painted by Antoine Coypel. Chateau de Versailles, Paris, France, natural history stock photograph, photo id 28250Add To Light Table
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Royal Chapel of Versailles, dedicated to Saint Louis, patron saint of the Bourbons, the chapel was consecrated in 1710. It was here that Louis XVI of France was wed to Marie-Antoinette. The ceiling represents God the Father in His Glory Bringing to the World the Promise of Redemption and was painted by Antoine Coypel. Chateau de Versailles, Paris, France

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