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Most visitors to Paris will arrive with a must-see list of attractions that includes the Louvre, the world’s largest and most visited museum.
Today it is home to around 380,000 pieces of art, including some of the most celebrated paintings in the world.
This list of facts contains many more things you probably don’t know about the world’s favorite museum.
Dating back to 1190, the Louvre has been used for several different purposes over the years, including a fortress to defend the city against the Vikings, a palace for the kings of France and a storage facility for stolen works of art.
The star of the show for many visitors is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci which is housed behind bulletproof glass and flanked by its very own bodyguards.
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