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This site is solely dedicated to my travelling experiences both locally and abroad. When I say locally, it refers to my escapade in my home country, the Philippines; while abroad covers my travels in Asia, Europe and UK, Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, as well as my future trips to Africa, China and Arabic countries.

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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Sojourn in Motion: Inside Louvre

Inside Louvre... Exploring The Treasures of Louvre Museum Slideshow: Reymos’s trip to Paris, Île-de-France, France was created by TripAdvisor. See another Paris slideshow. Create your own stunning free slideshow from your travel photos.
I spent more than six hours just to explore and discover the treasures of our civilizations inside the most visited museum, Louvre in Paris, France. The museum has collected 35,000 of artworks from prominent men and women who did major contributions in shaping our society today.

It was a breathtaking journey inside this magnificent building that provided me the experience of a lifetime to see the diverse talents of style, creativity and ingenuity which showcase the different facets of our culture, spirituality, religion, beliefs, sexuality and lifestyle.

From the enigmatic smile of MonaLisa to the hypnotic look of Venus de Milo, indeed a very memorable and priceless moment awaits everyone.

2 comments:

Hostel Tinktinkie, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita said...

Hi, thank you fore sharing your experience about the Louvre. It is such an amazing place to discover and I honestly think you need a week to browse the museum and appreciate the art!

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Reymos said...

I agree with you... My 6-hrs' stay was enough to appreciate these stunning collections - from sculptures to paintings. If you have noticed, I did alot of closer shots of these paintings just to have an intimate encounters for the first time. Definitely, I will visit this museum again in the future.

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