A building passing by the Louvre is magnificent, the building is historic as the town hall, it is quite exciting to see the exterior from the square, not sure if you can get in, but it does attract a lot of people to punch in
It’s just a casual passing. The buildings here are enough to open my eyes. There is also an Arc de Triomphe in the distance in Figure 3, although it is not as good as the one on the Champs Elysées, but it is also very spectacular. This is Paris, this is Europe!
Passing by on the way to the Louvre, the building is amazing! When I saw this building, I was shocked. The flags of the European Union and France at the door looked very solemn and very distinctive!
After walking around the Royal Palace, I saw this building, but most of the facilities were not entered. The building is more than 3 centuries old and well-preserved. It is now a government agency, the first French public institution founded by Napoleon. Visiting requires appointment.
Looking at the comments above, I am also drunk. Conseild''État is Council of State in English and translated into French Supreme Administrative Court in Chinese. It is located in the Royal Palace to the north of the Louvre. It is a government agency and can only be seen outside.