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(September, 2004)

Ray Broussard


Christian Braut

Louveciennes Aqueduct

Louveciennes, Yvelines, France

08:00 PM UTC

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To supply water for the garden and stepped cascades of the Versailles castle, the "Sun King" Louis XIV asked the french engineer Arnold de Ville to build the "machine" of Marly and the Louveciennes Aqueduct. Inaugurated in June 1684, the "machine" of Marly carried water from the Seine to Versailles via the Louveciennes Aqueduct.

Taken with an Nikon Coolpix 8700 with WC-E63 wide angle, f.2.8 at 1/9 second. Mounted on a Manfrotto SP303PLUS Head. Stitched with Realviz.

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