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Louvre Museum, also known as Musée du The Louvre is a famous museum in Paris, France. It was a fortress that originated in the late 12th century, and now is the renowned museum where the painting of Mona Lisa is located.
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Where to Buy Painting in Paris There are actually many places, but the most abundant concentration of street artists in Paris is in Montmarte. Montmarte is a sort of bohemian artistic community in Paris. Atop this 300 foot hill is the Sacre Coeur, a basilica that is, of course, open to the pu…
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Your guess is as good as anyone's. If you read certain popular contemporary literature as non-fiction instead of fiction, then I guess you can fairly make the claim of yes, since it's not likely that the floor of the Louvre will be destroyed or dug up anytime soon to check the veracity of that clai…
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Directions From the Eiffel tower to Disneyland Paris These are, perhaps, the most complicated metro directions in all of Paris, because, in fact, the Eiffel Tower is the least accessible (via metro) monument in all of Paris! Not to say it isn't accessible, because it is. It's just that most everywhe…
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The Da Vinci Code & the Holy Grail. I'm guessing your question has everything to do with the Da Vinci Code book and movie. Although the novel contains elements of truth parts of it are fictional and, in fact, there is no proof that the Holy Grail even exists. Furthermore, nobody has any idea of …
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The visitor will find the Mona Lisa with other Italian and Spanish paintings on the 1st floor of the Denon wing.
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Generally, one runs a tape measure around the outside walls of a home. Say its a rectangle of 30 by 50. 30 x 50 equals 1,500 square feet. Now, one can be a purest and subtract for wall thickness, from 4 to 6 inches. When measuring INSIDE rooms, its wall to wall. If a property ( or anything with side…
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The Louvre palace, built in 1190 by King Philip II, Philippe Auguste, as an arsenal and fortress, was later enlarged and beautified by Charles V (r. 1364-1380). His successor Charles VI used it as a site for visiting royals to reside. Francis I began to demolish it in the 1520s and commissioned an …
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Around about 67 on a weekend and about 900 on a weekday!
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Closest Train Station to the Louvre The closest RER station is Chatelet-Les Halles; the closest train depot would be Gare d'Austerlitz or Gare de Lyon. The closest metro stop is Palais Royal.
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Daily from 0900 to 1800, except Tuesdays, Jan 1st, May 1st and Christmas Day
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In the novel, The Da Vinci Code, the inverted pyramid at the Louvre is seen as the Chalice or a feminine symbol. Its counterpart is the stone pyramid which stand for the Blade or the masculine symbol.
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The pyramid was commissioned by French President Francois Mitterrand. It was designed by the architect I.M. Pei from New York, who also designed the Miho museum in Japan as well as others. It is 20.6 meters high (70 ft.) and the base is 35 meters (115 ft.) square. It has 603 Rhombus shaped and 70 Tr…
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Hi there! That's a good question with a complicated answer. The short answer is yes and yes.
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the museum at st denis in Paris France the museum at st denis in Paris France . it has always been kept in a basement vault since it was drawn in 1955. I believe that this is bull poo as I have an original, maybe THE original. I have seen thousands of prints and copies but I have one done in Indian…
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The Mona Lisa is at the Louvre because it was bought by Francois I, king of France.
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Louvre The Louvre is one of the world's oldest and finest art gallery and museum. It is located in Paris, France.
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Traveling From the Louvre to Disneyland Paris Disneyland Paris is served by the RER Marne La Vallee Chessy station. One needs to use the RER-Line A. The nearest RER station to the Louvre where one can board RER-Line A is the Châtelet - Les Halles (Paris RER station). The Louvre is about 1.…
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The Louvre was originally a palace, but was converted into a gallery when the royal living quarters were moved to Versailles.
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It is an amazing museum.
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The answer is: 29,784 units2. The reason why I had said "units" was because you provided no label. But, according to my TI-83 PLUS algebraic calculator, 29,784 was the answer. To get this answer, I simply multiplied 204 and 146 together. This is just simple math, easy to do on paper or with a calcul…
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the mona Lisa is 20 by 30 inches
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in the olden days they used computers to type and do math problems and that's it!!!! that's why today we are glad to have such advanced computers
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The Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa. ___________________________________________________________ Here are some of the most famous paintings that are in the Louvre: Leonardo da Vinci, The Mona Lisa (as noted above) David, The Oath of the Horatii between the Hands of their Father Delacroix, Dante…
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The Mona Lisa painting hangs in the Louvre, Paris, France
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The Lourve is a Museum in Paris,France. It holds great art masterpieces like the Mona Lisa.
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900 square feet. Multiply the length by the width. The result is the area in square feet.
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Thomas Edison invented the movie camera, mimiograph, carbon microphone and phonograph.Contrary to popular belief, he did not invent:The light bulb (he just improved the existing invention)Electricity (he just found a way to capitalise it to make millions in profit)
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The Louvre is popular because it houses so many renowned works of art. It is also a historical landmark, as it was built on the foundations of a French palace, also known as The Louvre. The Mona Lisa, which was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, is just one of the masterpieces on display. Now, why the Mo…
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Degas was a master of painting with pastels as were many of the impressionists. Pastels are considered to be either a drawing medium or painting medium depending on the manner in which they are used or the artists interpretation. many artists may hop up the value ( saturation ) of a color by int…
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Depending on how fast you walk anywhere from 15-30 mins.
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The original is displayed. It is protected from the light of camera flashes which is detrimental.
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In a place called Pevensey, at the top of a hill called Senlac.
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If you're trying to build just the pyramid. you can make it with tooth picks and a hot glue gun. It is pretty simple.
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Robert Henri is an American painter and teacher. He never signed his paintings Henri Long. He only used his real name on his works.
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15 * 20 = 300 square feet.
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Pablo Picasso's paintings are located all around the world. Some locations include New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Saint Petersburg, Berlin, London, Edinburg, and Paris.
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The Sully Wing at the Louvre was named after Maurice de Sully. He was the Bishop of Paris around 1200 AD. He was responsible for the construction of Notre Dame Cathedral.Ian Downie, Belgium
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The Louvre museum is made of glass, steel, and stone/concrete. The pyramid looks to be steel and glass.
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The Louvre is located in Paris,France in the 1st arrondisment on the right bank.
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LOUVRE is probably a shortened form of 'La Louverie', the wolf's lair. It is not known whether this name was the king's boast of his subjects' complaint. Probably, knowing Parisians, the latter. The first castle here was built in 1200. Its foundations can still be visited since the new entrance tun…
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There are many original works of art at the Louvre by Leonardo DiVinci.
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For a rectangle, the area is the length times the width. A = L x W = 20 x 30 = 600 square feet
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A bit difficult to give you a complete answer. There are few thousand artists represented there.There are many different artists but some of the more popular ones include:Leonardo da VinciRaphaelClaude MonetVincent Van GoghPablo PicassoMichael AngeloRenoiretc.
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yes the original mona Lisa is in th Louvre And more works than that.
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The Louvre museum did not have to be built to display the artwork collected by the French because it was already completed. The Louvre was originally built in the 12th century as a royal castle to help defend Paris against attacks. It went through many changes until it was finally opened as a museum…
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as a holy gathering place
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It is in Italy France and its a famous art museum
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because it was big built in 1990
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It's the name of an important museum in Paris and a former royal palace.
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On Rue du Louvre.
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It was built because King Philippe Auguste in 1190 wanted it to protect Paris but later it turned into a palace. Then the throne was moved to a different place and that place was later turned to a museum as like right now. After it became a museum, a lot of changes were made like the glass pyramid.
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In terms of floor space (square ft/m), no. That said, it is the most visited annually (some 8,880,000 people). The largest art museum in the world is the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC (aka the Met). The single building is *over* 2,000,000 million square feet (more than 185,806.08 square meters…
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It is in the Musee du Louvre in Paris, France.
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About thirty-five thousand pieces of art and history, from Antiquity to the nineteenth century.
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77cm × 33cm or 30in × 21in
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The Louvre is extremely famous, you can ask anyone if they know about the Mona Lisa and they should say that its in the louvre.
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About 400 to 500 Euros per night for the basic room or a junior suite, that's about 600 US dollars and up.
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Louvre museum in Paris because the king bought it.
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You have got to be joking. It's in the Louvre Museum, in Paris. God, people learn this at the age of seven.
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The Louvre, Paris, France
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The Mona Lisa is the most famous painting.
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I.M. Pei
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