Versailles, the largest Palace in Europe, is in the center of a beautiful, entertaining and educational online 3D project called Chaos To Perfection.

The interactive online project has been created by the French Agency Les84, in collaboration with the teams at the Google Cultural Institute and the Versailles Palace. An experience that is truly immersive, poetic and dreamlike. You can discover the history of the Palace through 3D models in Google Earth, in educational videos or you can enjoy an interactive stroll around the palace in a Chrome Browser Experiment Chaos to Perfection.

Versailles, from Louis XIII to the French Revolution.

What did Versailles look like before Louis XIV? How did the small hunting lodge of Louis XIII become the largest Palace in Europe? What embellishments did the young Sun King want in his Palace of festivities and amusements? Did you know that the Hall of Mirrors was originally a terrace overlooking the gardens?

The Palace after the French Revolution.

In a second video you can learn how the palace of Versailles, after being a royal residence, became a history museum and a Republican palace.

To learn more about Versailles check out the project websites:

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