The famed Louvre Museum opens up once more on Monday, with numerous exhibitions to explore. Bookings must be placed in advance and face masks are mandatory. If you can’t visit at this time, you can still appreciate the architecture and features outside with our photos
We can take a look back at what used to be, and wait for it to return once more.
Looking from Tuileries Gardens, through the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and to the Louvre in Paris.
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The Louvre Museum is famous for holding the Mona Lisa, but it has much more than that with impressive outside architecture, exhibitions, artworks and much more to discover. See more here
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A road that leads to the Grand Guichets of the Louvre Palace, now most well known for holding the Mona Lisa.
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The Porte Jaujard that is part of the Louvre Museum, offering an entrance to a school where studies in art history, museology and archaeology can be taken.
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Our sunday Teaser answer included a helicopter passing overhead the Louvre Museum, a few days before Bastille Day.
Sadly no one got it this week, but hopefully it will be figured out next week!
While sometimes missed when walking by, many of the windows are surrounded by detailed statues and sculptures, such as these which are found on Aile de Flore of the Louvre museum.
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One of the many balconies on the Louvre museum, with wrought iron work, sculpted lion supports and gilding.
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Two people looking at a map while standing at the Louvre, planning for the next part of their trip.
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