Vaux-le-Vicomte, bedroom of Nicolas Fouquet,minister of finance to king Louis XIV. The transformation of an older castle was begun by architect Louis Le Vau in Interior decoration by Le Brun. For Vaux-le-Vicomte see
The first public clock of Paris was intalled during Charles V’s reign. In Henri III had it restored and transformed, adding delicate decorations. The sculptures were made by Germain Pilon. The Henri III clock is the one that still can be seen nowadays.