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Making full use of his creativity Claude Monet diverted an arm of the river to create a pond now called the Jardin d’eau. To beautify the scenery, even more, he built a Japanese bridge (Pont Japonais) but painted it green to create a difference. The refection of the green bridge, colorful ornamentals, white clouds, and the blue sky is certainly not something you would want to miss. Maples, bamboo, Japanese peonies, willow trees, the admirable water lilies, metal archways will give you a majestic experience. Get more informations about Monet gardens
Claud Monet’s home is another artistic piece you don’t want to overlook when you come to France. The Painter of light spent 43 years of his life in this long-winded pastel pink house surrounded by the flower-filled water garden. The blue sitting room, kitchen, artist’s studio, and private apartments are worth visiting. The two-floored building reflects the presence of an artist by the color schemes and the interior.
Musée des Impressionisms Giverny came into being after the collaboration of le musée d’Orsay, fondation Claude Monet, and musée Marmottan in 2009. The building is itself an architectural marvel. Flowing along the slope of the hill, the terraces, flowerbeds, and the hedges are a beautiful sight. The museum has perpetual collections as well as the provisional ones put to display in exhibitions.
Built-in the 11th century, the church was expanded in the 15th century and renovated a few years back. It is the resting place of the art Master Claude Monet. The earlier name of the church was Sainte-Marie-Hors-Les-Murs before being named after Saint Radegonde.
Giverny is associated with the famous Claude Monet for all the right reasons. Claude Monet’s garden and house are exquisite tourist attractions. The town of Giverny is an ideal location for taking a stroll and looking at those nitty-gritty details of the fair settlement.
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