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New TV: A Racy Take on 'Versailles'
The legacy of Louis XIV can be measured in French wallpaper. That's the conclusion young English actor George Blagden came to when he arrived in France and used the rest room at Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Versailles Castle Readies Regal Rest and Recuperation With New Hotel, Restaurant
PARIS—By 2018, a trip to France could allow you to sleep at Versailles Castle and wake up watching the sun rise over the 17th-century gardens.
Versailles Reopens Its Carriage Collection
Some people consider their vehicle's horsepower a sign of might and wealth. In early 19th-century France, it was the same—with real horses.
On File
World Finance Corp. vs. Richella M. Bryant, Versailles, judgment for plaintiff for $1,993.21 includes cost, filed Sept.
6 Facts You Must Know About the $200M Spelling Manor
The owners of Versailles were the subject of the 2012 documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” which documented the family's financial troubles during the recession. The owners of Pensmore are suing their construction company for allegedly cutting corners.
The Queen of Versailles Jackie Siegel: 'I may want a bigger house now'
The 90,000-square-foot Versailles mansion has been under construction for more than a decade and has its own celebrity status, thanks to the 2012 documentary, " The Queen of Versailles." But one thing the house doesn't have yet is tenants, as ...
The Paris Peace Charade
... themselves by first checking what French courts have to say about those settlements before scoring Israel again. In 2013 the French Court of Appeals in Versailles ruled that, contrary to Palestinian arguments, Jewish settlements don't violate the ...
The Queen of 'Versailles,' French Actress Elisa Lasowski Takes on History
Americans will just be getting to know French actress Elisa Lasowski when television's latest historical bodice-ripper, “Versailles” debuts on Ovation Oct. 1, followed by Netflix in December. She portrays Maria Teresa, or Marie-Therese, first wife of ...
History Lists
Whether because of old war debt, reparations, bonds or state pensions, governments have sometimes incurred financial obligations that took decades or even centuries to settle.
Alexander McQueen Store Wins Prix Versailles
The awards were held at UNESCO's Paris headquarters on May 27, with Versailles Mayor Fran�ois de Mazi�res presiding over an international jury comprised of three architects, a stylist, a philosopher and a chef.