10. Grand Trianon/Monsignor McGolrick Park

The Grand Trianon was constructed at Versailles between 1670 and 1708. Louis XIV requested it as a retreat for himself and his mistress, Francoise-Athenais, Marquise de Montespan.

Monsignor McGolrick Park’s 1910 shelter pavilion  was designed by Helmle and Huberty. They modeled their shelter after the one at Versailles.

Next, check out NYC’s architecture inspired by Italy and Greece.