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I had never been to France let alone Paris, so I had to visit the Louvre. I wasn't disappointed. The price of 15 euros to get in was minimal, access was swift and the automated pay machines easy. The ...
Our days in Paris were happy, the lifestyle here is graceful, causing visitors to not want to leave. Today we visit the most famous place in Paris, The Louvre!
It may be said that the Louvre which is located in the center of Paris is world famous, and is definitely a place of interest that you must check in with if you go to Paris. Of the 4 great museums of the world, it is the foremost. Due to its high status, its fame causes many tourists to seek it out for a visit!
Originally the Louvre was a royal French palace, where 50 French Kings and Queens over time have lived. In and of itself, it is a Renaissance artistic treasure of France. The collection inside the palace is host to many thousands of classical paintings and carvings!
The Pyramid-shaped glass entranceway in front of the museum is was designed by the Chinese architect I. M. Pei.
As a world famous art museum, it is widely known for the many treasures it contains. It is worth spending at least 2 days of your time inside wandering through the museum.
How to get there:
Subway: Ride subway line 1 or 7 to Palais-Royal-musée du Louvre station;
Public Bus: take routes 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95 to musée du Louvre station; Paris tourist hotline: Take the dedicated tourist line to the station facing the Glass Pyramid tower
Louvre (French: Musée du Louvre) is located in the heart of Paris, France Seine River North, ranked first in the world's four major museums. Founded in 1204, it was initially a French palace, lived 50 kings and queens of France. It is one of the most precious Renaissance buildings in France, with a rich collection of classical painting and sculpture throughout the world. Now the Louvre museum, covering about 198 hectares, divided into two parts old and new, the glass pyramid entrance in front of the Palace, covers an area of 24 hectares, is a Chinese architect IM Pei design. August 10, 1793, the Louvre Art Museum was formally opened as a museum. The Louvre has become a world-renowned art gallery, one of the greatest art treasures. It is the world-famous Palace of Manpower. Another contribution to the Louvre Museum President Mitterrand made is to invite famous Chinese-American architect IM Pei to design a new entrance to the museum. Mr. Pei, after careful consideration, proposed the construction of a pyramid scheme. This pyramid as the Louvre museum, but also for the city of Paris has added a new dazzling brilliance. With this pyramid, the audience is much more reasonable to visit the line. Here visitors can go directly to their favorite exhibition hall, as in the past without having to go to a showroom and several other through the rooms, sometimes even bypass seventy-eight meters: a modern museum, logistics facilities in general half of the total area. Past the Louvre Museum only 20% of the city for logistics. With this pyramid, the museum will have enough service space, including a reception hall, office, storage room and a ticket office, post office, canteen, locker rooms, lounges, the Louvre museum services and therefore more complete.
The Louvre, the red card of Paris, France, visitors from all over the world, will not forget the self-timer, his shooting, your shooting, my great opportunity.
haha, people have played bad here.
The Louvre is a “super museum” that stands among the British Museum in London and the Met in New York as one of the three greatest art museums in the world. The Louvre has an enormous collection of more than 400,000 pieces and exhibits that span a period of more than 1,500 years. There are collections of works from the ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian civilizations, including da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”, Antioch’s “Venus de Milo”, and “Winged Victory of Samothrace”, dubbed the “three treasures” of the museum. The famous films “Phantom of the Louvre” and “The Da Vinci Code” were also filmed here.