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It is huge and beautiful ! You need wide angle lens to cover the area (wider the better < 11 mm) .
Only problem is it will be crowded as Palace opens at 10 O'clock and outside you may have to wait for more than...More
To walk in to The Hall of Mirrors was wow!
The lighting, the statues for the lightning and the size of the hall. You understand why it’s called The Hall Of Mirrors. The chandeliers is amazing just to think the cost of it years and...More
If you love history, keep in mind that in this Hall of Mirrors was signed the Treaty of Versailles that ended the World War I.
Hall of Mirrors is a must, the unique part of the palace. Anything else you can see at any other...More