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10 Must-See Works Of Art At The Louvre

Today is the anniversary of the opening of the Museum Central des Arts, or the Musee du Louvre as it is known as today. Standing as one the largest and most visited museum in the world, the Louvre first made its masterpieces available to the public 2...
Pia Høyer
Pia Høyer • 2 years ago

Louvre, Paris. This painting by Eugene Delacroix is called Liberty Leading the People, 1830.

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