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Musee du Louvre


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99, rue de Rivoli, Rue du Louvre, Paris, 75001

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Musee du Louvre - Paris - Reviews of Musee du Louvre - TripAdvisor
Defintley one of the best museums in the world, the building itself is amazing. There are exhibits to fit just about everyone's taste. We were only in Paris for a day and were only able ...
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Le Musee du Louvre - The Louvre Museum
were unveiled in 1984, they included a glass pyramid in the central courtyard that would serve as the museum's main entrance. Despite drawing protests before the fact, since its opening in 1989 the pyramid has proven remarkably effective in accommodating the large numbers of visitors, and has even b...
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Musee du Louvre, Paris - Reviews of Musee du Louvre - IgoUgo
First, the basics. The Louvre, along with all the national museums, is open free to the public on the first Sunday of every month. [My second visit was on one of these days, and it was a madhouse. The line went on forever and even looped back around, out into the courtyard. Inside, there were huge g...
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Paris Pages Musee du Louvre Treasures Paintings
: Go to the front of the line everytime! Unlimited visits! Valid at 60 Museums and Monuments. There are 2 and 4 day passes. Buy them online and have them delivered to you at home before you arrive in Paris, or to ...
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Musée Du Louvre - Paris France - Review of Musée Du Louvre
Between the Seine and rue de Rivoli, the Palais du Louvre suffers from an embarrassment of riches, stretching for almost a kilometer (half a mile). In the days of Charles V, it was a fortress, but François I, a patron of Leonardo da Vinci, had it torn down and rebuilt as a royal residence. Le...
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iExplore Community: Musee du Louvre - Paris, France
The Louvre is one of the most famous art galleries in the world, with a vast collection spanning thousands of years from ancient civilisations to mid 19th century European paintings. Stretching for half a mile along the Seine, the palace began as a medieval fortress and was expanded over the centuri...
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musee du louvre - paris museums - gusto
In addition to boasting the richest art collection on the planet, the Louvre is the largest palace in Europe and a great place to imagine the lives of the kings and emperors who once called this home. For a glimpse at royal luxury, visit Napoleon’s apartments in the Richelieu wing or gaze at t...
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Musée du Louvre | Museum/Attraction Review | Paris | Frommers.com
Between the Seine and rue de Rivoli, the Palais du Louvre suffers from an embarrassment of riches, stretching for almost a kilometer (half a mile). In the days of Charles V, it was a fortress, but François I, a patron of Leonardo da Vinci, had it torn down and rebuilt as a royal residence. Le...
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RealTravel - Musee du Louvre Review | Musee du Louvre | Paris
If you are in Paris, you HAVE to see the Louvre. It is massive. It has miles of corridors, walls and walls of paintings. Paintings on the ceilings too. Tapestries, furniture, sculpture, tableware, coins, small watches and clocks, you name it, the Louvre has it. I need 6 months for this museum!!! We ...
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Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Musée du Louvre at Epinions.com
I found out about the so-called secret entrance a few years ago...way before I was planning a trip to Paris. I am so glad I did. Whether or not it's really a secret, I'll never know, but it did save us a good 2 hours of waiting in ...
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Muse Du Louvre » Paris » France » Holiday Destination Reviews
Wow! You really need at least 3 days to visit this museum. Massive is an understatement! I was disappointed with the Mona Lisa but loved the marble statue room which was beautiful. Th...
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Musée du Louvre - Paris - visitor information, travel planning, Free Musée du Louvre Activities, Musée du Louvre Hotels, Musée du Louvre traveler tip
Originally built to defend Paris against the Vikings, this Renaissance palace became a museum in 1793. Today it houses impressive collections of Etruscan, Egyptian, Oriental, Roman and Greek artefacts as well as sculptures, paintings and other works of art ranging from the Middle Ages up to 1850, in...
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