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TODAY IS THE DAY - Let's come back to the doggie school

Hosted by the Consul of the Paris Dog Club Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Sun 02 Sep 11:00 - 15:00

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Far from being limited to the only intervention of André le Nôtre between Protected content 1700, the history of the park testifies to the evolution of the art of gardens for more than four centuries.

In Protected content , Catherine de Médicis offered her squire, Jérôme de Gondi, a small estate of 13 acres on the hillside overlooking the Seine. He has a pleasure house surrounded by terraced gardens modeled after the villas of the Italian Renaissance. Remodeled by the financier Barthélémy Hervart from Protected content , the property was bought in Protected content Philip, Duke of Orleans, said Monsieur, only brother of Louis XIV. André le Nôtre draws the drawing of the park, whose surface is increased to more than Protected content . Owner of the estate from Protected content , Louis-Philippe de Chartres, great-grandson of Monsieur, involves Pierre Contant d'Ivry, to realize groves and amphitheatres of greenery intended for the gallant festivals.

In the nineteenth century, the model of landscaped parks is needed with the creation of the Trocadero Garden from Protected content 1826, then the acquisition of the Villeneuve-l'Endang area and its hilly meadows in Protected content .

In the twentieth century, the classification of the entire park among the sites in Protected content , then among the historical monuments in Protected content , as well as the attribution of the label "Jardin remarquable" in Protected content , helped to reaffirm the heritage value of the estate.

Article 6 Restriction of access to the site:
Pets are allowed, they must be vaccinated and kept on a leash. Their owners must proceed to the immediate collection of their excrement. Packs of more than three animals per person are not allowed.

Let's discover it, now that spring is already here!

We will meet at 11h00 am, to walk around 2 hours:
- Public: Casual hikers.
- Your dog will be able to meet friends.
- Possibility of having french lunch in some terrace after walking.

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1. This is my 9th exciting and interesting walk on Paris Dog Club Group.

2. What to bring:
Appropriate walking clothes.
Plenty of water for your dog!

3. Feel free to invite your friends who love dogs, just make sure they sign up on InterNations first.

4. You can come without dog but you love them.

5. This walk may be cancelled or modified due to bad weather but I will keep everyone informed.

6. Please, cancel your attendance if you change your mind, so there is room for others who wish to join.

7. Feel free to text me if you have any questions.

Best regards,