The Louvre (French: Musée du Louvre) is located on the north bank of the Seine in the center of Paris, France, and ranks among the top four world history museums.
The Louvre was originally built in 1204. It was originally the Royal Palace of France. It has lived 50 French kings and queens. It is one of the most precious buildings in the French Renaissance.
It is now the Louvre Museum. It has been expanded and rebuilt to over the 800-year-old scale, covering an area of about 198 hectares. Ming design. On August 10, 1793, the Louvre Museum of Art officially opened to the public and became a museum.
The Louvre holds the statue of Venus, the Mona Lisa oil painting and the stone sculpture of the Goddess of Victory, known as the three treasures of the world. It has an art collection of more than 400,000 pieces, including sculpture, painting, art crafts and Ancient Eastern, ancient Egypt and ancient Greek and Roman 6 categories. From the artworks of ancient Egypt, Greece, Etruria, and Rome, to the artworks of the countries of the East, there are sculptures from the Middle Ages to the modern day, as well as an amazing number of royal treasures and paintings.
The Louvre has become a world-famous art palace, and one of the largest art treasure houses is the palace of worldwide attention.