Musée du Louvre - Paris

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Paris 4 - We visited Musée du Louvre. We bought daily ticket called Mobilis Ticket Zone 1-4 costs 9.60 EURO per person, in the locket. Then we used Metro M4 direction Porte de Clignancourt, stop at the Chatelet Station then take M1 direction La Defense and stop at Palais Royal Musee du Louvre station. The second place that became our target in Paris is the . This building is the largest national museums in France, and is also the most visited museums in the world. Hmmm .. How lucky!

To explore the contents of this "pyramid museum", we had to buy a ticket for 9 EUR, and is valid for 3 hours. The museum is divided into three wings, Denon, Sully and Richelieu. So really not enough time with just three hours hehehe ..But, we have no worries, we already have a note what to visit.

The most impressive is the museum which located in the former Palace of the Louvre was built in the late 12th century by King Philip II. The museum officially opened on August 10, 1793 with a display around 537 paintings. Today, nearly 35.000 display materials. Incredible!

Of the many objects on display, there is one of the most attractive to visitors and have to wait long to be the most forward position. Yes, the famous painting "Mona Lisa". The painting is in the Denon Wing 1st Floor Room 6.

Although many people crammed, fortunately we were wrong entry point and not too taken by officers because we brought the stroller. So, please not jealous to see my picture below...


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It's me Hawis. I am Indonesian. Traveling is one of my hobby that always makes me addicted. Explore new area and traditions, culinary, architectures, whether done personally alias from own pocket or the demands of work, always a thing that I grateful. I am so happy because my wife also has the same passion. Through this blog, I will share my travel notes, events, tips and tricks and fun stories in it. Some previous stories still in Bahasa Indonesia, but you can translate it into your language. Well, as an amateur photographer, I am so excited to freeze every moment. Then, my notes and photos can speak up to you. Just enjoy! BLOG TIL YOU DROP..
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