Château de Sceaux  #3
Sceaux, France​​​​​​​
André Le Nôtre, noteworthy for having designed the gardens of Versailles, laid out the gardens of Sceaux including the Grand Canal, a kilometre in length.
Mont Sainte-Victoire
Tourtour, France​​​​​​​
Vimy  #3
Vimy Ridge, France
Giardino di Bobili  #10
Florence, Italy
Hill  #17
Tuscany, Italy
Château d'Entrecasteaux  #4
Entrecasteaux, France
Speedscape  #1
Avignon, France
Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte  #7
Maincy, France
Built between 1658 and 1661 for Nicolas Fouquet, King Louis XIV's Superintendent of Finances, Vaux-le-Vicomte required three villages to be razed and employed 18,000 workers.
It proved tragic for its owner - the king had Fouquet arrested shortly after a famous fête that took place on 17 August 1661.  The king deemed the celebration too impressive and the superintendent's home too luxurious. Fouquet was imprisoned for life.
Salernes  #1
Salernes, France​​​​​​​
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