The Louvre is located on the northern bank of the Seine in the heart of Paris, France, at the top of the world's four major museums. Originally built in 1204, it was originally the royal palace of France. It has lived in 50 French kings and queens. It is one of the most precious buildings of the French Renaissance. It is famous for its rich collection of classical paintings and sculptures. Now the Louvre Museum, the pyramid-shaped glass entrance in front of the palace, covers an area of 24 hectares and was designed by Chinese architectural master Pei Ming.
Posted: 22 Dec, 2018