As we walked from the Arc de Triomphe down to
the Louvre, we took our time on the last approaches
to the long line to get into the world's largest museum.

The end of one of the huge
wings of the fortress ends
near a pool of water, with
statues everywhere.


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An impressive building
it is. I would presume it
to be a good choice
for such a museum.


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Commemorating the French
Army as they embarked
across the Danube
under the command
of Napoleon.

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Another Angle


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The four horse drawn
chariot atop the
Arch seen above.


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A quick jump out of place,
to take a look from the
Seine at what the Louvre
looks like along the
waterway.

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Someone steers their
electronically controlled
sailboat around the
main fountain area.


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One of the numerous
entrances through
the building, and into the
courtyard. I believe this
one is the Entrance 99,
along the rue de Rivoli.


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An age old clock, amidst
the many hand carved
statues.

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Another end of this
remarkable, and huge,
medieval fortress.

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My neck became sore,
having looked up at the fine
detail along the building
so many, many times.

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Just beyond and through
one of the side entrances,
we see the dense traffic
on Rue de Rivoli.

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