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Louvre Museum

Located along the banks of the Seine River in Paris, the Louvre Museum is the world’s most visited museum. Its legendary collection boasts more than 35,000 paintings, sculptures, and artifacts dating back from prehistory to the modern day, and it is deemed to be the greatest in the world. This collection features notorious world-wide works, such as the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, and the Venus de Milo. Formerly a royal palace, the Louvre has embraced the history of France for eight centuries. The contemporary Pyramid heralds the museum's entrance, which millions of tourists flock to every year. The Louvre museum is one of Paris' most significant tourist attractions.

Musée d’Orsay

For the first time, a building that was built for industrial goals has been converted into a museum dedicated to the art of the 19th Century especially Impressionism and post-impressionism. TheOrsay Museum welcomes its visitors with the scent of the sea and a refreshing breeze. The Orsay Museum make people think “Very first art piece of Orsay Museum is Orsay Museum’s itself!” Enjoy one of the finest museums within walking distance to the Louvre museum.
The Orsay Museum is located along the River Seine and was once an old railway station, which was initially built on the old Palais d’Orsay site. From the outside, the architecture is divine, and it is certainly one of Paris’ most beautiful buildings. Now an art gallery, which houses, this is a very popular spot within the city, and it houses art and sculptures which date back as far as 1848. Including works by Delacroix, Manet, Monet, Sisley, Van Gogh, and many others, this is a must-visit for art and history fans, as well as those who are simply exploring the city’s traditions. There are three floors within the museum, so certainly take your time exploring, and due to the popularity of this site, it is a good idea to get there as early as possible, in order to avoid crowds and queues at the door. The Orsay Museum welcomes around 3 million visitors every single year.