Pyramids and triangles are a repeated theme in every substance imaginable. Not only does the pyramid throw golden replicas of itself on other buildings in the museum, but water features, green swaths, and even the tourists seem to align themselves in this geometric forms.
Depending on which source you consult, it can take weeks, months or years to see everything in the Louvre, so why not concentrate on just a few areas? Of course you'll want to see the Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa, but you may enjoy other works that don't require fighting crowds for a view. You'll see what I mean in the next photo. Continue Reading>>