The Insider's Guide To The Louvre Museum « Paris is Paris

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20 Interesting Facts About The Louvre ~ via Paris Weekender

I recently came across a list on 20 Interesting Facts About the Louvre created by The Paris Pass, a sightseeing pass that allows holder to skip the lines at most major museums. I thought I knew everything about the Louvre.

The Louvre: a beginner's guide | Paris France | travel & art

If you’re traveling to Paris, the Louvre should be in your Top 3 (right up there with Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower). It’s a world-renowned museum with a vast collection of art, so it…

Louvre pyramid, Paris I

Louvre pyramid, Paris I - The Louvre is the French national museum. It is the most visited museum in the world, averaging visitors a day, and is classified as a historical monument.

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Visiting the Louvre Museum Guide: Skip the Line Louvre, Map of Louvre Entrances, Louvre Artwork & Best Louvre Tips

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10 Tips for Surviving the Louvre - Guide to the Louvre Museum Paris

10 Tips for Surviving the Louvre - Trip to Paris

10 Tips for Surviving the Louvre - Guide to the Louvre Museum Paris also has walking tours

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How to Visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Notre Dame in Paris

Best tips for visiting Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower in Paris and avoiding the lines.

Tips for the Louvre. Must read if you're going. This crowd is people to see the Mona Lisa!

Visitors of the Paris le Louvre make photos of the "Mona Lisa". Amazing how the crowd merges seamlessly with Véronèses painting in the back.

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