Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport is playing host to a photography exhibition designed with the Palace of Versailles and on display until 1 July 2019.
The access to Satellite 3 in Terminal 1 of Paris-Charles de Gaulle is playing host to the Palace of Versailles through an exhibition of 38 photographs titled "Courtyard side – Garden side". This photographic immersion reveals iconic locations in the palace of Versailles and gardens to travellers.
The exhibition, which covers the length of the access tunnel to Satellite 3, invites viewers to admire the architecture, sculptures and decoration in this gem of universal heritage. The gardens, sculptures and groves harmonise with the Hall of Mirrors, Louis XIV and Napoleon.
ADP Group has been committed to a cultural approach that has gradually been deployed across Parisian airports, which constitute spectacular settings and unique places of attractiveness and conviviality.
The approach is structured around two key themes: the promotion of French heritage and support for creation, allowing an openness to different forms of art that bring together culture, skills and expertise, excellence and gestures of welcome.
After more than three years of restoration work, the Queen’s State Apartment is being reopened to the public, providing a great opportunity to revisit three of the Palace of Versailles’ key female characters: Marie-Antoinette, who lived in the Queen’s State Apartment, Marie Leszczynska and Madame de Maintenon.