Paris A walk in Paris - Promenades à travers Paris11

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The Louvre Museum is the world's largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris. Approximately 38,000 objects from prehistory to the 21st century are exhibited over an area of 72,735 square metres. In 2017, the Louvre was the world's most visited art museum, receiving 8.1 million visitors Cour du Carrousel Arc du Carrousel

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The pyramid designed by Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei used as an entrance in the Louvre's courtyard has the exact same proportions as the Great Pyramid of Giza

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Louvre Pavillon Sully La pyramide du Louvre, and pavillon Richelieu

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La pyramide du Louvre, and pavillon Richelieu

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La Victoire de Samothrace, Hellenistic sculpture of Nike (the Greek goddess of victory), created about the 2nd century BC The Louvre museum Paris Denon wing

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Charles Meynier The Triumph of French Painting  This study for the ceiling of the landing of the staircase designed by Percier and Fontaine, commissioned in 1820, represents the apotheosis of Poussin, Le Sueur, and Le Brun Apotheosis of Poussin, Le Sueur and Le Brun. 1822. Charles Meynier. French. 1768-1832. ceiling mural Louvre

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L'empereur Trajan 108J.C

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Cour Marly glass-roofed courtyard inside I.M. Pei and Michel Macary covered the old Finance Minister's courtyard with glass, in the same mode as their newly installed glass pyramid

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Cour Marly glass-roofed courtyard inside

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Taken from the pedestal of the statue in the Place des Victoires, these captives represent the nations defeated by the Treaty of Nijmegen (1679). Each expresses a different reaction to captivity: revolt, hope, resignation, or grief

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Cour Marly glass-roofed courtyard inside

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Liberty Leading the People Eugene Delacroix 1830

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Napoleon on the Battlefield of Eylau, (9.02.1807) by Baron Antoine-Jean Gros (1771-1835)

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Paul Delaroche - Napoleon Crossing the Alps Salon Denon - salle 76

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Plafond de la salle Denon, commissioned in 1862, painted from 1863 to 1866 by Charles-Louis MÜLLER (1815 – 1892)

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Plafond de la salle Denon La France grave sur une table en marbre le profil de Napoléon III Saint-Louis, l'art du Moyen Age - François Ier, l'art de la Renaissance - Louis XIV, l'art classique - Napoléon Ier, l'art moderne

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Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825) Sacre de l'empereur Napoléon Ier

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Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825) Madame Récamier

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Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825) Madame Récamier

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Summer Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593)  - Spring

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The Louvre Architecture

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Venus de Milo was discovered in 1820 on the island of Melos

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Minerva, 2nd century AD, with 18th-century restorations in white marble, gilded onyx and marble

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The Diana of Versailles Silene carrying Dionysus Salle des caryatides, Musée du Louvre

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Old Centaur Teased by Eros 1st.-2nd.century AD. Roman copy of a Greek original

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Old Centaur Teased by Eros 1st.-2nd.century AD. Roman copy of a Greek original

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The three Graces. Roman copy after a Hellenistic original (2nd century AD) Caryatide sculptée par Jean Goujon en 1550 pour soutenir la tribune des musiciens

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Giovanni Cristoforo Romano (1465-1512), Bust of Beatrice d'Este, Duchess of Milan

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François-Joseph Bosio La Nymphe Salmacis (1826)

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François-Joseph Bosio La Nymphe Salmacis (1826)

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The inverted pyramid is situated at the centre of the roundabout between the upright pyramid and the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel 

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Street artists

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Just outside of Notre Dame Cat-hedral embedded in the concrete of the public square is a small geographic marker from which the distance from Paris to all other places are judged. But rather than some dry symbol of measurement the spot known as Paris Point Zero has attracted a surpri-sing number of local rituals

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▲Notre-Dame Cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture ◄Le Portail de la Vierge, the portal of the Virgin, on the western facade of Notre-Dame de Paris

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The two towers are 223 feet (68 metres) high; the spires with which they were to be crowned were never added. At the cathedral’s east end, the apse has large clerestory windows (added 1235–70) and is supported by single-arch flying buttresses of the more daring Rayonnant Gothic style, especially notable for their boldness and grace 

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Le Portail du Jugement ( the Portal of Judgment) is the central portal of the western facade

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At the entrance to the choir, on a raised liturgical platform, you can see the modern altar, a fabulous bronze chest crafted by sculptor and artist, Jean Touret (1916-2004)

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This altar is a recent work, consecrated by Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger on June 16, 1989 The striking altar chest is decorated with the four apostles – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and the four great prophets from the Old Testament – Ezekiel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Daniel. The mystical number, four, and its multiples, is a recurring theme in Notre-Dame

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The choir stalls are decorated with beautiful carvings

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The choir stalls The Chapel of the Holy Sacrament

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The Chancel Screens are surviving parts of a stone screen, which ori-ginally enclosed the chancel and provided canons at prayer with peace and solitude from noisy congregation

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Medieval wood sculpture on the chancel screen in Notre Dame de Paris 

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Medieval wood sculpture on the chancel screen in Notre Dame de Paris, the South Chancel Screen 

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▲The crown of light or great chandelier of the transept crossing ◄ At the end of the nave is the Chapel of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre. Here lays Notre-Dame’s most precious treasure – the holy Crown of Thorns

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Behind, the altar is topped with a statue of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, holding in her hands the nails and crown that wounded the feet, hands, and head of her son, Jesus Christ

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Dame de Paris - Rosace nord, North rose window Notre Dame's north transept wall, consisting of a rose window surmoun-ting 18 lancet windows, was built ca. 1250-1260 while Jean de Chelles was architect. Most of the original 13th C. glasswork is still intact, filtering light into a rainbow of blues, reds, greens, browns and yellows

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Square Jean XXIII is the park on the southern and eastern 'rear' sides of Notre Dame Cat-hedral in Paris

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Square Jean XXIII is a wonderful tranquil area with swings for the kids, park benches for the adults and flowers for all

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Sound : Michel Fugain - Comme si tu devais mourir demain; Je n‘aurai pas le temps Text: Internet Pictures: Adrian Moac ă & Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation : Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 201 8

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