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Petit Trianon is a chateau within the land of the Versailles Palace designed by Ange - Jacques Gabriel by the order of Louis XV for his long term mistress Madame de Pombadour and was built between 1762 and 1768. As Madame de Pombadour died 4 years before the completion it was occupied by her successor Madame du Barry.

The Petit Trianon and the surrounding gardens was offered to Quenn Marie Antoinette after Louis XVI became King of France at 1774 and it was har favoured place of all.

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