Musée du Louvre, Paris


If you love museums, you shouldn’t miss out on the Louvre in Paris.

In the old times, there was the palace of France, now its the Musée du Louvre. The glass pyramid is the landmark of Rover nowadays, it’s design is by Pei, Leoh-Ming in the reconstruction period from 1981 to 1989. Like other museums, Rover has a lot of collections from the old times and different ages of civilization. If you really want to visit all the parts of the museum, one day may not be enough for your visit.

Here, you’ll find collections from Europe, Asia, Africa, America, making it one of the biggest museums in the world. There are some famous artworks and important collections here, like the Mona Lisa by Da Vinci, the Code of Hammourabi from Ancient Babylon and other amazing art, crafts, paintings etc.!

Try to visit here in the day and night time, you will see different sides of the pyramid and the square and enjoy shooting your films here, you’ll have a lot of fun.

It’s easy to get here, just take Metro line 1 or 7 to station Palais Royal–Musée du Louvre. Enjoying the culture and historic tour of Rover!

written by bboysherman on 2011-06-21 #places #location #art-and-culture #paris-france-rover-musee-du-louvre-ae1-diana-mini-spinner-travel

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