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The Tuileries was (and is) the most popular park in Paris. Its magnificent flower beds and fountains were designed by Le Notre in the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century it was the site for a daily promenade of the nobility in their finest clothes. It was a place for flirting, and sometimes, as in The Marquise, for the exchange of secret love letters.