A few autumn leaves on the floor tiles of the king’s oratory built in 1498,which is at the end of the Louis XII wing of Blois Royal Castle.

Quelques feuilles d’automne sur les pavés de l’oratoire du roi construit en 1498 qui se trouve au bout de l’aile Louis XII du château royal de Blois.


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4 comments on “Floor tiles and autumn leaves in the King’s Oratory – Pavés et feuilles d’automne dans l’oratoire du roi

    1. avril Post author

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  1. Stuart

    I love those old tiles. I hate to see many of them being “erased” by the footsteps of tourists in some of the châteaux, such as Chenonceau.

    1. avril Post author

      Yes, I agree, but otherwise they’d have to be covered up completely! This morning, in the gallery of the Palais Royal, the tiles had just been washed and you could see their original colour. I’ve just put a photo up on Facebook showing one of the medallions.

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