Oct 1, 2010

Synod Hall At Rohan Palace Museum

Synod Hall At Rohan Palace 
The first floor of the palace consists of two enfilades apartments. One in the North side courtyard was occupied by Prince-Bishop, the second in South terrace side was reserved for the king and guests to mark the cardinal received on behalf of the sovereign. The Synod Hall is the first room Access to the apartments from the entrance hall. She served as a hall entry and dining room classic furniture. The order takes the ground walls of arches and pillars of the courtyard and vestibule. The decor of classic three niches of the eastern half of the piece talks about his vocation room eat two bowls of Rance marble topped and decorated with frescoes tan stucco on the theme of water surround the axial featuring a niche fresco representing Ceres, Goddess of Harvests.

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