Would it be too much to ask for this for Mothers Day?
Tartar Tent, Château de Groussay, Montfort l’Amaury, France
The globe-trotting Frenchman Charles de Beistegui bought Château de Groussay in 1938, almost 125 years after it had been built. He then transformed its grounds into a wonderland of global references, with follies inspired by travels to India, Mexico, and all of Europe. In addition to constructing an observatory, a pagoda, a pyramid, and a “Love Temple” reminiscent of the Trianon, he erected this Tartar Tent of painted metal in 1960, lining its interior with 10,000 Delft tiles........
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I so NEED it in my life!!
A la prochaines mes belles