Le château de Compiègne est une ancienne résidence royale et impériale située à Compiègne dans l'Oise (Picardie, France).Le château de Compiègne fait l’objet d’un classement au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 24 octobre 1994.↑ « Notice no PA00114635 », base Mérimée, ministère français de la Culture

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  • Le château de Compiègne est une ancienne résidence royale et impériale située à Compiègne dans l'Oise (Picardie, France).Le château de Compiègne fait l’objet d’un classement au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 24 octobre 1994.
  • O Château de Compiègne é um palácio francês que serviu de Residência Real. Foi mandado construir por Luis XV e restaurado por Napoleão Bonaparte. Compiègne foi uma das três sedes do Governo Real, sendo as outras o Palácio de Versailles e o Château de Fontainebleau. Localiza-se em Compiègne, no Departamento de Oise, e está aberto ao público.
  • The Castle of Compiègne is a French château, a royal residence built for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. Compiègne was one of three seats of royal government, the others being Versailles and Fontainebleau. It is located in Compiègne in the Oise département, and open to the public.Even before the château was constructed, Compiègne was the preferred summer residence for French monarchs, primarily for hunting given its proximity to Compiègne Forest. The first royal residence was built in 1374 for Charles V and a long procession of successors both visited it and modified it. Louis XIV resided in Compiègne some 75 times. Louis XV was perhaps even more favorably impressed; the Comte de Chevergny described his infatuation: "Hunting was his main passion... and Compiègne, with its immense forest, with its endless avenues amongst the trees, with its stretches down which you could ride all day and never come to the end, was the ideal place to indulge that passion."In 1750, prominent architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel proposed a thorough renovation of the château. Work began in 1751 and was finished in 1788 by Gabriel's student Le Dreux de La Châtre. The ancient town ramparts dictated the château's triangular plan; the resultant building covers about 5 acres (20,000 m2). It is Neoclassical in style, with simplicity and clarity governing both its external and interior features.During the French Revolution, the château passed into the jurisdiction of the Minister for the Interior. In 1795 all furniture was sold and its works of art were sent to the Muséum Central; it was essentially gutted. Napoleon visited in 1799 and again in 1803. In 1804 the château became an imperial domain and in 1807 he ordered it be made habitable again. Architects Berthault, Percier and Fontaine, decorators Dubois and Redouté, and cabinetmakers Jacob-Desmalter and Marcion restored the château. Its layout was altered, a ballroom added, and the garden was replanted and linked directly to the forest.The result is an example of First French Empire style (1808-1810), though some traces of the earlier décor survive. Auguste Luchet remarked that "Compiègne speaks of Napoleon as Versailles does of Louis XIV". From 1856 on, Napoleon III and Eugénie made it their autumn residence, and redecorated some rooms in the Second Empire style.Today's visitors can find three distinct museums within the chateau: the apartments themselves; the Museum of the Second Empire; and the National Car Museum (Le Musée de la Voiture), founded in 1927, with a collection of carriages, bicycles, and automobiles.
  • El castell de Compiègne és una antiga residència reial situada a Compiègne a l'Oise (Picardia, França).Construït per a Lluís XV i restaurat per Napoleó, Compiègne era una de les tres seus del govern reial, els altres que eren Versalles i Fontainebleau.Fins i tot abans que el castell actual es construís, Compiègne ja era la residència d'estiu preferida per als monarques de França, principalment per caçar, donat la seva proximitat al bosc. La primera residència reial fou construïa el 1374 per a Carles V i una processó llarga de successors el visitaren i modificaren. Només Lluís XIV el va visitar fins a 75 vegades.
  • Компьенская резиденция (фр. Château de Compiègne) — дворец французских королей в городе Компьень департамента Уаза, Пикардия. В Средние века — излюбленная резиденция Меровингов и Каролингов. В своём нынешнем виде возведён в стиле классицизма в XVIII веке. Последним французским монархом, жившим во дворце, был император Наполеон III.Дворец с окружающим его парком ныне открыт для посетителей. На территории дворцового комплекса работают музеи Второй империи и средств передвижения.
  • Il castello di Compiègne - in lingua francese: château de Compiègne - è un castello francese già residenza reale che fu fatto originariamente edificare a metà del XVIII secolo da re Luigi XV di Francia. È situato a Compiègne, nel dipartimento francese dell'Oise (Piccardia) ed è aperto al pubblico. Ospita tre musei.Praticamente distrutto durante la rivoluzione francese, fu ricostruito per disposizione di Napoleone Bonaparte a inizio Ottocento. Assieme alla reggia di Versailles e al castello di Fontainebleau, è stata una delle tre sedi governative della monarchia francese.Ancor prima che il castello fosse costruito, la località di Compiègne era la residenza estiva preferita dei monarchi francesi che vi si recavano essenzialmente per praticarvi la caccia nella vicina foresta.
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  • Le château de Compiègne est une ancienne résidence royale et impériale située à Compiègne dans l'Oise (Picardie, France).Le château de Compiègne fait l’objet d’un classement au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 24 octobre 1994.↑ « Notice no PA00114635 », base Mérimée, ministère français de la Culture
  • O Château de Compiègne é um palácio francês que serviu de Residência Real. Foi mandado construir por Luis XV e restaurado por Napoleão Bonaparte. Compiègne foi uma das três sedes do Governo Real, sendo as outras o Palácio de Versailles e o Château de Fontainebleau. Localiza-se em Compiègne, no Departamento de Oise, e está aberto ao público.
  • Компьенская резиденция (фр. Château de Compiègne) — дворец французских королей в городе Компьень департамента Уаза, Пикардия. В Средние века — излюбленная резиденция Меровингов и Каролингов. В своём нынешнем виде возведён в стиле классицизма в XVIII веке. Последним французским монархом, жившим во дворце, был император Наполеон III.Дворец с окружающим его парком ныне открыт для посетителей. На территории дворцового комплекса работают музеи Второй империи и средств передвижения.
  • Il castello di Compiègne - in lingua francese: château de Compiègne - è un castello francese già residenza reale che fu fatto originariamente edificare a metà del XVIII secolo da re Luigi XV di Francia. È situato a Compiègne, nel dipartimento francese dell'Oise (Piccardia) ed è aperto al pubblico. Ospita tre musei.Praticamente distrutto durante la rivoluzione francese, fu ricostruito per disposizione di Napoleone Bonaparte a inizio Ottocento.
  • The Castle of Compiègne is a French château, a royal residence built for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. Compiègne was one of three seats of royal government, the others being Versailles and Fontainebleau. It is located in Compiègne in the Oise département, and open to the public.Even before the château was constructed, Compiègne was the preferred summer residence for French monarchs, primarily for hunting given its proximity to Compiègne Forest.
  • El castell de Compiègne és una antiga residència reial situada a Compiègne a l'Oise (Picardia, França).Construït per a Lluís XV i restaurat per Napoleó, Compiègne era una de les tres seus del govern reial, els altres que eren Versalles i Fontainebleau.Fins i tot abans que el castell actual es construís, Compiègne ja era la residència d'estiu preferida per als monarques de França, principalment per caçar, donat la seva proximitat al bosc.
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