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It was a pity the Royal Chapel was under construction when we visited but it still looked gorgeous. I was lucky to have a quick look without all the crowds which made me appreciated it more. I also loved the corridors around the ornate chapel...More
Completed towards end of the reign of Louis XIV in 1710, this was the final chapel built at the Palace complex. The two-story chapel is dedicated to Saint-Louis, patron saint of the king.
When we visited on 03/20, the exterior was covered during renovation, so...More
Part of the palace of Versailles, the royal chapel was the private chapel of the French royalty. It has two floors with an arcade on the first floor topped by a colonnade on the second. The chapel is shaped like a rectangle with a circle...More
This isn't in the usual flow of traffic, but make sure that you don't miss it when you visit Versailles! So beautiful and ornate. Also, if you watch the Versailles series you'll recognize the chapel from many scenes.
The Chapel was beautiful on the ground floor, and lavishly appointed by the French Kings. The view of the chapel from the upstairs private balcony of the Royal Family (which used it to worship apart from common folk literally below them) was interesting as well.
It is difficult to imagine how amazing this is especially because it’s not the main attraction. This would have been nice even if it was a stand-alone place but to think it was inside a palace! Too bad that it was closed for reconstruction (late...More