Learning about the life of Louis XIV in the Château de Versailles, about the birth of cubism in the Picasso Museum, or visiting the old and beautiful covered passages… orientation is a way to dive in the culture and history of Paris.
The tour of the Château de Versailles began in a vast room decorated with impressive paintings.
The tour guide explains how difficult it is to make these types of sculptures.
The famous Hall of Mirrors
The King’s Appartments
The Gardens of Versailles
Outside the Château de Versailles
One of the charming covered passages in Paris, located near the neighborhood of the Palais Garnier
A little shop selling postcards and gingerbread
A cute house in a window display
In the Musée Picasso, located in the Marais, students were able to follow the evolution of Picasso’s paintings throughout his life.
The tour guide helped us understanding the composition of some of his paintings, such as this one.
While some of Picasso’s paintings are pretty straighforward, others are hard to interpret.