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Izel-lès-Hameau Izel-lès-Hameau (since June 2009, formerly Izel-les-Hameaux) is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Hauts-de-France region of France.
Izel-lès-Hameau A farming village situated west of Arras, at the junction of the D54, D75 and the D78 roads.
Hameau de la Reine The barn, occasionally used as a ballroom, was destroyed during the French Revolution, while the rest of the houses survived the tumultuous period of French history.
Hameau de la Reine While still in power, Marie Antoinette enjoyed acting as a tableau vivant, as if she were part of a painting. She brought her idyllic, picturesque village to life by stocking the barn with animals, and bringing in “simple” people, such as milkmaids and herdsmen, to act like residents of the Hamlet. Marie Antoinette would stroll around her perfect world in simple shepherdess garb with her children, part of an idealized Nature. Her closest friends joined her in her ornamental village, where they also enjoyed pretending to live a simple life. Their isolation at the Hameau caused suspicion among the French people. Already resentful of Marie Antoinette for her profligate spending in times of economic depression, the secrecy surrounding her life of amusement led to suspected hedonism and scandal. It was rumored that Marie Antoinette had lovers, and they met at the Hameau, a surreal place that was completely her own. The extravagance and subtle mockery of peasant life did not help Marie Antoinette’s already suffering image.
Hameau de la Reine The "warming room" is recessed at the rear of the Queen's house. It has a stone interior and included a large kitchen, a bakery, a fireplace and pantry, also linen and silverware. It was used to prepare the dishes for dinners given by the Queen in the house or mill.
Hameau de la Reine Valy Bussard, the farmer, came to the Hameau to run a functional farm. Decorated in a rustic style, "the farm" included three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a dining room. It was well stocked with animals and vegetable gardens, whose crops led to agricultural and culinary experimentation at Versailles.
Hameau de Chantilly The Hameau de Chantilly ('hamlet of Chantilly') is a folly in the park of the Château de Chantilly built in 1774 and consisting of seven rustic thatched cottages with luxurious interiors set in a garden.
Hameau de Chantilly Louis Joseph, Prince of Condé had his architect Jean-François Leroy design seven rustic cottages for the grounds of the Château de Chantilly in 1774: "le Salon" 'the parlor', "le Billard" 'the billiard room', "la Salle à manger" 'the dining room', "la Cuisine" 'the kitchen', "le Moulin" 'the mill'; "l'Étable" 'the stables' and "le Cabinet de lecture" 'the reading room' no longer stand. The contrast between the rustic exteriors and the richly decorated interiors surprised and astonished guests. The success and reputation of this hamlet inspired Queen Marie-Antoinette's Hameau de la reine in the gardens of the Petit Trianon at the Château de Versailles. The Revolution spared the hamlet, which was restored by Henri d'Orléans, Duc d'Aumale when he returned to Chantilly in 1870.
Hameau de Chantilly Currently the mill houses a restaurant, "Aux Goûters Champêtres".
Hameau de Chantilly (Paris) The Hameau de Chantilly ('hamlet of Chantilly') in Paris was a group of cottages in the gardens of the Élysée Palace in Paris constructed by Bathilde d'Orléans, Duchess of Bourbon in 1787 in imitation of the Hameau de Chantilly at the Château de Chantilly, her principal residence.