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Get Lost in the Louvre Museum

Get ready for a long day. Unless you are just popping in to see the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and Winged Victory, prepare yourself for the artistic onslaught.

The day we were at The Louvre there was a fantastic Islamic art exhibition and we spent so long there that we didn’t catch up with Miss ML (the famous lady mentioned above).

Well there is 675,000 square feet of works from just about every civilisation on earth to see. And there is plenty of technology to help you get around.

Musee Du Louvre
Musee Du Louvre
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