Between the bottom of the Elysée gardens and the gardens of the Olympic Museum, you walk alongside the greenhouses of the Beau-Rivage Palace. This luxurious establishment, which has been in existence since 1861, possesses a vast wooded park. These (private) gardens conceal a rare curiosity, as they contain a cemetery for dogs with steles that date back some fifty years. At that time, this privilege was reserved for dogs whose master lodged all year round.
The gardens of the Beau-Rivage Palace
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