This bridge is very close to the Louvre, so it is also called the Louvre Bridge. It connects Avenue Tuileries and Avenue Voltaire. It is considered to be a more important bridge across the Seine. beautiful.
This bridge is also called the Louvre Bridge because it is next to the Louvre. This stone bridge is still very long. There are several holes in the bridge that form an arc. It is still very beautiful when you take a boat tour.
The shape of the bridge is quite beautiful. It connects two important piers on both sides of the river. It is also close to the Louvre. On the bridge, you can see the Eiffel Tower in the distance. It is pretty good and there are many tourists.
This bridge is the most important traffic bridge after the Louvre came out. The history is relatively long. The shape of the entire bridge is very beautiful, with a certain curvature, and it is especially beautiful in the evening.
This bridge connects the Tuileries Wharf and Voltaire Wharf. It is an important bridge on the Sele River, and both banks of the river are well-known attractions, so there are many tourists coming and going.
Place du Carrousel is a large open public space in front of the Louvre Museum. It includes the area where the glass pyramid is located, which is the entrance to the Museum. A place worth visiting.
This square is located in from the of the Louvre Museum. You don't need to go inside or pay a ticket fee. There are lots to see, like the glass pyramid, the building architecture and life happenin...
Normally it is visited along with visiting the louver itself, but it already has a royal history. It includes the surrounding garden and Caroussel Arc.
A fabulous square with plenty to see and do, there are also heaps of people and traffic here. If I had time I would've hopped off my tour bus, but I will leave that for next time.
I cannot be missed if visiting Louvre Museum. Beautiful square and worth resting a little before visiting the museum.