Jean-Pierre Gilson never really left Compiègne: he was born there and lives a few hundred meters from the famous palace of the city. As a child, it was enough for him to push the gate to discover the sinuous harmony of the small park strewn with flowers, groves, trees, pavilions, statues and, following the cradle of the Empress or the […]
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