1. This location once contained a suite of seven rooms named for the classical planets, and still houses a theater built of wood painted to resemble marble. A makeshift theater housed the Pleasures of the Enchanted Isle, performed for the opening of this site’s gardens, where the Fountain of Latona can be found near the Grand Canal and the Orangerie designed by Mansart. André le Nôtre designed the gardens of this building, whose most famous room once contained the solid silver throne of Louis XIV. For 10 points, name this French palace complex, home to the Hall of Mirrors.