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Queen of France treated Renoir to sweets
When Pierre-Auguste Renoir was only four years old, his family moved to Paris and settled near the royal palace. No, they were not rich – it's just Paris was completely different in 1845. Back then, next to the palace, there still were houses built in the 16th century for the royal guard. Now, three centuries later, these houses were pretty worn out and the paint was peeling off. These houses became homes of very simple families, who weren’t accustomed to luxury and comfort: those of artisans and small traders. Their children played all day in the royal garden.
When Queen Maria Amalia was tired of the noise, she opened her window and treated little rascals to sweets. Thus, the queen managed to calm them down for a while and had a little quiet time.
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