The Elysee Palace, located at the eastern end of Champs Elysees Street in the centre of Paris, is the residence of the President of France. The Elysee Palace was built in 1718, and Louis XV and Louis XVI have lived in it successively. They renamed it the Bourbon Tower. Napoleon I abdicated here after his defeat in Waterloo in 1815. Napoleon III also moved here after he was elected president in 1848. He called it the royal palace after emperor. The Third Republic of France promulgated a decree in 1873, which formally designated the Elysee Palace as the Presidential Palace of France. Since then, almost all the presidents of the French Republic have worked and lived here.
In order to see the Elysee Palace, which only opens once a year, the team Festival peak of more than four hours with the majority of French people is not only belong to China, but also feel that the delicate tableware and decoration of this trip is too good after entering. When will Zhongnanhai open up to you once, I feel that the team will be in line all day and all night long! _________
Elysee Palace, the alias should be called the Presidential Palace. It is situated on the Champs Elysees Avenue. The palace itself does not look very impressive. Instead, it is the whole garden, a large lawn, and a bit of a flat-footed rush. It is blinding in this tiny corner of Paris. That two-story castle-style building is in this vast green meadow, but the low-key hot eyes. The first time I went to Paris, I ignored the Elysee Palace, the seat of France's highest authority, so that I went to Concorde Square and turned back to see the presidential palace. As an ancient building witnessing the ups and downs of French revolution and political destiny for hundreds of years, the Elysee Palace is still worth visiting, especially if we can catch up with the opening day and see what the President and his staff are doing as a whole. Haha.
The Elysee Palace is the office of the President of France. It is not allowed to visit. There are guards at the entrance. It is very solemn. Looking from the outside, it should be very big inside. After all, it is the highest authority in France. Business around it is also very developed and very lively.
The Elysee Palace is not normally open to outsiders, but it will be open on Natural Heritage Day, when we filmed for seven hours before we entered. The garden is small, but very delicate. The restaurant, let alone the President's office, is absolutely exquisite. In the courtyard, the cars of the former presidents were parked.
On December 12, 1848, the National Assembly designated the "Elysee Palace of the State" as the presidential palace of the Republic. Marshal McMahon, who succeeded him as President, moved there in 1874 and promulgated a decree establishing the Elysee Palace as the official residence of the President of the French Republic.