The Bagatelle gardens were designed by Belanger and produced by Thomas Blaikie, in an Anglo-Chinese style, that was typical of that time. The art of the garden was undergoing profound changes. The park and the chateau underwent multiple metamorphoses, passing through the hands of famous owners: Napoleon, the Duke of Berry, the Marquess of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace. The orangery, the main gate and the stables were designed under the Second Empire. The architect Léon de Sanges carried out major works on the chateau, which was raised one level higher. The guards' pavilions were built in 1873 by the same architect, as well as the Trianon and the two terraces.
This jewel was bought by the City of Paris in 1905, which entrusted its rehabilitation to the curator of the gardens of Paris, Jean-Claude-Nicolas Forestier ... we owe him the famous rose garden of Bagatelle!
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