Category:Galeries du Jardin du Palais-Royal
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English: The Galeries du Jardin du Palais-Royal ("Garden Galleries of the Palais-Royal") are six-storey apartment buildings with ground-floor colonnades of shops enclosing three sides of the garden of the Palais-Royal in Paris. On the west side is the Montpensier Gallery, on the north, the Beaujolais Gallery, and to the east, the Valois Gallery. On the south side of the garden two parallel colonnades, lateral remnants of the former Galerie d'Orléans (demolished in 1930), stand between the Cour d'Honneur and the garden. The garden galleries were constructed 1781–1784 to the designs of the French architect Victor Louis.