Trianon may refer to:

  • Le Grand Trianon, a palace near Versailles, France
  • Le Petit Trianon, a château near Versailles, France
  • Le Trianon (theatre), a theatre and concert hall at 80, boulevard de Rochechouart in Paris
  • Treaty of Trianon, 1920 post-World War I treaty between Allies and Hungary, defining its borders
  • Trianon (Frankfurt am Main), a skyscraper in Germany
  • Hotel Trianon, fictional hotel in Graham Greene's 1966 novel The Comedians
  • The Trianon, formerly "Claremont," 1907 mansion now the main building of The Colorado Springs School
  • "Trianon", the codename of the CIA spy in the 1984 Soviet film TASS Is Authorized to Declare...
  • Parque Trianon, a Park in centre São Paulo
  • Trianon Ballrooms, Ballrooms during America's bigband era
  • Sulfapyridine, by the trade name Trianon

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Subsidiary Structures Of The Palace Of Versailles
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... Located at the northern end of the transverse arm of the Grand Canal, the Trianon de Porcelaine formed a pendant to the Ménagerie ... Regrettably, the Trianon de Porcelaine was relatively short-lived, owing to the waning of the marquise de Montespan's popularity and the maintenance of the ... In 1687, the Trianon de Porcelaine was destroyed but, as the location of favored by Louis XIV, the Grand Trianon was built on the same site ...
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