Au centre, l'Hôtel de la reine Marguerite dit aussi Hôtel de la reine Margot (détruit, à l'emplacement de l'actuelle École des beaux-arts / Ensba, rue de la Seine, 6e arrdt., Paris) avec ses jardins au milieu desquels s'élève la chapelle des Louanges ; à gauche, la rive gauche (animée) de la Seine vers l’aval où des barques sont ...
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Palais de la reine Margot / hôtel Marguerite de France [ancien]. 6, rue de Seine, 6ème arrondissement, Paris Atget, Eugène (Jean Eugène Auguste Atget, dit) Museum
Margaret (Marguerite) was born on May 14, 1553, as a daughter of powerful Catherine de Medici and King Henry II of France. According to historians, she was a member of the last powerful generation of the famous House of Valois. She was also a sister to three kings: Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III of France.
Place de la Nation, ancienne barrière du Trône, partie inférieure d'un des pavillons, 11ème et 12ème arrondissements, Paris. Voir Partager Ajouter ce contenu Atget, Eugène (Jean Eugène Auguste Atget, dit) (Libourne, 12–02–1857 - Paris, 04–08–1927)
Apr 18, 2019 · Biography Margaret of Valois (French: Marguerite, 14 May 1553 – 27 March 1615), nicknamed "la Reine Margot" was Queen of Navarre 1572-99 and Queen of France 1589-1599. She is also known as "Margaret of France" because she was a princess of France by birth, who became Queen of France by marriage.
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Sep 29, 2015 · She departed after about eight months to establish a household on the Left Bank, the Hostel de la Reyne Margueritte. The Hotel de Sens last served as a residence for the archbishop of Sens in 1622, and afterward was used occasionally to host lesser members of the royal family and members of the king’s court.
Margaret of Valois ( French: Marguerite, 14 May 1553 – 27 March 1615), popularly known as La Reine Margot, was a French princess of the Valois dynasty who became Queen of Navarre by marriage to Henry III of Navarre and then also Queen of France at her husband's 1589 accession to the latter throne as Henry IV.
Jul 11, 2017 · Finally freed of her castle-prison, Margot returned to Paris, where she lived in an estate on the Left Bank known as the Hostel de la Reyne Margueritte. She spent her later years continuing the patronage of the arts she’d begun as a young woman, as well as acting as a benefactor to the poor, and basically being amazing.
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Margaret of France f. 14 Mai 1553 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France d. 27 Mar 1615 Hostel de la Reyne Margueritte, Paris, France: Familien Brudvik
L'hôtel de la reine Marguerite, première femme de Henri IV : précédé d'une étude sur le palais des thermes, l'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, l'enceinte de Philippe-Auguste, l'hôtel de Nesles, les prés aux clercs, etc. by Charles Duplomb ( Book )
Sep 14, 2019 · Marguerite de Valois, Queen consort of France and Navarre b. 14 May 1553 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines, France d. 27 Mar 1615 Hostel de la Reyne Margueritte, Paris, Île-de-France, France: Southern Anthology
Margaret of Valois was the Queen of France during the late 16th century. She was the daughter of King Henry II of France and the infamous Queen Catherine de' Medici. Her three brothers Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III were all future kings of France and her sister Elizabeth was the Queen of Spain.