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These are my 10 favorite pieces in the Louvre Museum located in Paris. This also includes some helpful tips to help you plan your own visit!

My 10 Favorite Pieces In The Louvre.

The Polish Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai Expo 2010 re-imagined traditional polish folk art paper cutouts as a dazzling CNC-cut plywood facade | WWAA Architects

The Polish pavilion designed for Shanghai EXPO 2010 by the WWAA Architects. The pavilion features a perforated façade, inspired by traditional Polish folk-art paper cutouts. design inspiration, architecture, luxury homes

Le palais de la Cité était la résidence et le siège du pouvoir des rois de France, du Xᵉ au XIVᵉ siècle. Une partie du palais était convertie en prison d’État en 1370, après l’abandon du palais par Charles V. La prison de la conciergerie occupait le rez-de-chaussée, l’étage supérieur était réservé au Parlement. La prison était pendant la Terreur l’antichambre de la mort. Peu en sortaient libres. La reine Marie-Antoinette y fut emprisonnée en 1793.Wikipédia 2 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris

Paris La Conciergerie is a former royal palace and prison in Paris, France, located on the west of the Île de la Cité (literally island of the city).

Bezier, France

The River Orb, Beziers, France Look at the reflection of that sky and castle in the river! The sky alone is fantastic. This looks like some kind of fairy tale land. A fairy tale land I could actually visit.

Ferris wheel at the Tuileries, Paris

Ferris Wheel and Eiffel Tower Paris, by Kay Gaensler. Being that my great great great grandpa invented the Ferris wheel and I'm in love with Paris, this is a super cool pic to me!

Pierre Jahan, RETURN OF THE WORKS AT THE LOUVRE MUSEUM « 1946. René Huyghe, who was at that time curator-in-chief of the Dept of painting at the Louvre Museum, called me to let me know that works of art which had been stored or hidden in the provinces were going to return to the Musem. If I wanted to take photos of this, I had to be at the Donon door on such date, at such time. Of course I went ! » _________After the War, a new Louvre, transformed by major renovation work, gradually opened…

La victoire de Samothrace at the end of World War II by Pierre Jahan.

Return of the works at the Louvre Museum (1945)

Hidden During The German Occupation, The Sculpture La Victoire De Samothrace Is Put Back On A Marble Ship In Louvre Museum In

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(Orbis Apartments, Melbourne, Australia, ARM Architecture) Is it me or does this building look like there are bites taken out of it?

The Louvre, Paris, France. I took a nap there. Oops

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Pierre Jahan, RETURN OF THE WORKS AT THE LOUVRE MUSEUM « 1946. René Huyghe, who was at that time curator-in-chief of the Dept of painting at the Louvre Museum, called me to let me know that works of art which had been stored or hidden in the provinces were going to return to the Musem. If I wanted to take photos of this, I had to be at the Donon door on such date, at such time. Of course I went ! » _____________After the War, a new Louvre, transformed by major renovation work, gradually…

Pierre Jahan, RETURN OF THE WORKS AT THE LOUVRE MUSEUM « 1946. René Huyghe, who was at that time curator-in-chief of the Dept of painting at the Louvre Museum, called me to let me know that works of art which had been stored or hidden in the provinces were going to return to the Musem. If I wanted to take photos of this, I had to be at the Donon door on such date, at such time. Of course I went ! » _____________After the War, a new Louvre, transformed by major renovation work, gradually…

Erawan Museum - Samut Prakan, Thailand | Incredible Pictures

Ceiling of the uber-trippy Erawan Museum. Erawan Museum is in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. It is well known for its giant three-headed elephant art display. Photo by Jon Sheer

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The glass pyramid was commissioned by President Francois Mitterrand designed by architect IM Pei. The pyramid was opened in 1989 and is made of 603 diamond-shaped and 70 triangular panes of glass (doors).

.but serioulsy? Look - eyes, mouth open, horns.... Or an owl. Still pretty!

From the mid point of Wells cathederal looking back to the front. This place is incredible, it blows the mind how they built these back in the day Back to the Front

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