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Hotel d'Orsay - Esprit de France
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Musée d'Orsay is the center of impressionism. Here, you can admire the masterpieces of great artists. The beautiful bell of the old railway station is also held in this museum. Five classical paintings are recommended here. These are Monet's "The Water-Lily Pond" and "Houses of Parliament", and Van Gogh's "The Church at Auvers", "Self-Portrait", and "Portrait of Doctor Gachet".
Travelling made us understand how precious time is, and we chose to don't waste time, not even a second.
As the famous art capital of Paris, France, there are numerous museums that house the world's top art treasures. Needless to say, the most famous Louvre, almost every friend who first arrived in Paris will visit. In fact, the Orsay Museum on the left bank of the Seine and across the river from the Louvre is also worth a visit. The
Orsay Museum, together with the Louvre and the Pompidou Centre, is known as the three major art museums in Paris, but it is relatively smaller in the eyes of Chinese tourists. Known as the Impressionist painter's palace, this great museum is famous for its rich collections of paintings, decorative arts, design, photography, etc. It houses classic works of masters such as Van Gogh, Monet, Miller and Manet. The building of the
Orsay Museum was originally a railway station. Like the Eiffel Tower, it was built for the Paris International Exposition in 1900. Because the platform was small, it was gradually unable to meet the demand and was abandoned. It was reshaped after more than 40 years. A new museum.
The Orsay Museum itself is a railway station designed by architect Victor Laloux for the 1900 World Exposition. The museum mainly displays Western art works from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, decorations, photographs, architectural drawings.
Go to the Louvre to see ancient art, go to Pompidou to see modern art, go to the Olympics to see modern art. On the
5 floor there are Degas dancers, as well as Monet's water lily, and the big clock that can see the Sacred Heart.