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Tuileries

[ twee-luh-reez; French tweeluh-ree ]
/ ˈtwi lə riz; French twiləˈri /
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noun
a former royal palace in Paris: begun by Catherine de Médicis in 1564; burned by supporters of the Commune in 1871. The gardens that formed part of the palace grounds remain as a public park (Tuileries Gardens ).
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Tuileries
/ (ˈtwiːlərɪ, French tɥilri) /

noun
a former royal residence in Paris: begun in 1564 by Catherine de' Medici and burned in 1871 by the Commune; site of the Tuileries Gardens (a park near the Louvre)
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