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A day in Paris

When I planned my first solo trip in Europe, I spent most of my time researching about how to get around Paris on my own. It was overwhelming at first. 564 more words


The Lovely Louvre Museum

Iconic of Paris is the grandious Louvre Museum that not only holds beautiful art treasures throughout the centuries, the building itself is a historic relic. Beginning as a fortress built in 1190 by King Phillip II Augustus, the Louvre’s foundation in the lower Sully wing is one of its hidden secrets that thousands of tourists miss as they come to only visit Mona Lisa. 170 more words


Why 'boring museums' are out and everything from porn to instant ramen museums are in

By Sabrina Maddeaux

In the middle of ultra-trendy Reykjavik, among sweeping views of the sea and the postcard-worthy geothermal Blue Lagoon Spa, exists an emporium of over 280 penises. 1,266 more words


Louvre family tour

Louvre family tour

Visiting museum can be fun for children, especially in the Louvre museum. Louvre is one of the largest museum in the world. With games and direct interactions, children are invited to discover the history of Louvre and the treasures in the museum today. 63 more words

Travel In Paris

Is Paris truly the City of Romance? It all depends on who you're with

The first time I went to Paris, I was a newlywed. The last time, I was a mother. Both times, I was disabused of any notion that Paris is the most romantic city on earth. 1,379 more words


Louvre Pyramids at Night

This is our entry in Lost in Translation’s THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: PORTRAIT VS. LANDSCAPE.

These photos of the large Louvre Pyramid and one of the smaller pyramids were taken in Paris, France, during an evening rain shower. 189 more words


Details around windows of the Louvre

While sometimes missed when walking by, many of the windows are surrounded by detailed statues and sculptures, such as these which are found on Aile de Flore of the Louvre museum. 9 more words