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The Roots Of Urban Planning In The Gardens At Versailles
An new exhibition at Louis XIV's château posits that His Majesty's landscape architect, André Le Nôtre, first put into practice ideas about layout that would influence urban planners for the next several centuries. NPR 12.09.13 (includes audio)
Posted December 10, 2013 12:54 AM




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