Musée Du Louvre aka: The Louvre MuseumLeonardo da Vinci - Mona Lisa, Pyramide du Louvre, and Venus de Milo. Musée Du Louvre is featured on the lists Places mentioned in the DaVinci Code by Dan Brown, Hillman's Top 100 "Wonders", and Art Galleries and Museums of Europe. Places in Musée Du Louvre have been tagged art, history, and museum.
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- - Places mentioned in the DaVinci Code by Dan Brown
- - Hillman's Top 100 "Wonders"
- - Art Galleries and Museums of Europe
- - Ten Best of Everything: Ten Best Museums & Galleries
- - Works of Art by Michelangelo
- - The Travel Channel's Best Egyptian Museums Outside Egypt
- - Smithsonian 28 Places to See Before You Die
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I was able to travel to France on a High School trip and The Louvre Museum was one of our points of interests. We were only allowed to look around for 1 hour! Definitely NOT enough time! I recommend to anyone who plans to visit this fantastic place to give themselves an exorbitant amount of time in order to truly appreciate what is before them.over 3 years ago
i have been here twice and NOT gotten in either time!!
first time it was a monday and i was not hip to the mondays are gallery and museums day off! i was soo uncultured circa 1993!
then in 1996 i had a group of teens with me…yes i was a chaparone …haha but there passes to enter were not valid…so i had a choice..make sit here butts in the waiting room or drag them to the Hamster Cage Gallery…
i dragged them to the Hamster Cage Cuz i am nice like that!!
so i have one more chance to go in and it fails i will Never try again!!over 4 years ago
The first time I visited this place was 1972, and even though I was young, I tried to see what I could see in a half day. I remember the “Coronation of Napoleon” and the “Mona Lisa” and “Winged Victory” among other things.over 4 years ago
I remember rushing with the rest of my school party to gawp at the Mona Lisa (much smaller in real life than expected), and then being a bit nonplussed as to which of the myriad galleries to try next.
If you’ve read The Three Musketeers, it’s great fun to imagine what the Louvre must have been like when it was a royal palace.over 4 years ago
I’ve been to Paris 4 times but have yet to set foot inside the Louvre. I’ve seen it from the outside, been to the underground shopping center thing (where you see the bottom of the pyramid) and have taken a peek inside through some windows (see the picture). But never actually went inside. It is still on my to-do list, and when I will finally visit, I plan to reserve an entire day for it. That still won’t be enough to see all, I know, but I hope it will satisfy my Louvre cravings.over 5 years ago
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