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The first museum in the world: the Louvre

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Note: Gmtlight noted that the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, will receive 72% fewer visitors in 2020 than the previous year, with a loss of 90 million euros.Covid-19, according to 18 reports, the Le Louvre

gmtlight noted that the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, will receive 72% fewer visitors in 2020 than the previous year, with a loss of 90 million euros.

Covid-19, according to 18 reports, the Le Louvre Museum Museum closed in 2020 for nearly half a year, and closed for nearly 4 months in the first half of the year. It closed for 2 months in the second half. In that year, the number of tourists dropped sharply, only 2.7 million people were received in the whole year, far lower than the 9.6 million people in 2019.

Three quarters of the visitors to the Louvre every year are usually from outside Europe.

The Louvre is the palace of world culture and art, the treasure house of culture, and the living history and art. If you read the history of the Louvre, you will understand everything. Although many people have been to the Louvre, they can't understand it.

The battle of Aston in 1066

The First Crusade took Jerusalem in 1099

The reign of Augustus began in 1180 (1180-1223)

The construction of St. Thomas' Church in the Louvre in 1187

Battle of buvinet, 1214

Reign of Louis IX in 1226 (1226-1270)

Plague epidemic in 1348

Charles V died in 1380

The great riots in Paris in 1358

The decline of Byzantium in 1453

The reformation began in 1517

In 1528, the great tower of the Louvre was destroyed

In 1546, architect lesgao rebuilt the Louvre

The massacre of St. bartrami in 1572

In 1594, Henry IV entered Paris

Nantes amnesty in 1598

Decoration and carving of the Louvre in 1656 (1656-1658)

Louis XIV began to rule in 1661 (1661-1715)

Bernan's plan in 1665

The amnesty of Nantes was abolished in 1685

In 1690, the French Academy began to be set up in the Louvre (1690-1699)

The first Salon Exhibition was held in the Louvre in 1699

In 1711, the Chinese translation of pilgrimage to Sidai was completed

Louis XV began to rule in 1715 (1715-1774)

Encyclopedia was compiled in 1751 (1751-1780)

City gate fire in 1763

In 1768, the Louvre was transformed into a Royal Museum

Louis XVI began to rule in 1774 (1774-1792)

The Bastille prison was captured on July 14, 1789

The monarchy ended on August 10, 1792

The Louvre Museum opened on August 10, 1793

The Napoleon Museum of the Louvre was founded in 1803

The shangboliang Egyptian Museum was founded in 1826

The Naval Museum was founded in 1827

July Revolution 1830

The great revolution of 1848

In 1849, the architect DuPont rebuilt the Louvre

On July 25, 1852, Le Fuwei was in charge of the new Louvre project

The end of the second French Empire in 1870

The Paris Commune was founded in 1871

On May 23, 1871, the durelli palace and the royal palace were burned

The durelli palace was razed to the ground in 1882

World War I began in 1914 (1914-1918)

In 1930, the Naval Museum moved to the SHERO palace

The beginning of the Second World War in 1939 (1939-1945)

In 1953, George Buck was in charge of the decoration of the dome of the king's reception hall

The Fifth Republic was founded in 1958

The Grand Louvre project began in 1981

The Berlin Wall was demolished in 1989

The opening ceremony of the pyramid in 1989

The closing ceremony of lixiliu hall in 2000

The official opening of the Louvre as a museum began on August 10, 1793. At that time, the Louvre Museum of art officially opened to the public and became a museum.

When Napoleon was defeated in Waterloo in 1815, the anti French Alliance demanded that France return its plundered works of art. At the same time, European countries began to realize the importance of protecting their cultural heritage. Napoleon's successors were very keen to expand the collection of the Louvre. Throughout the 19th century, the Louvre gradually completed its own regeneration.

In the 1980s, the Louvre has become "an old museum in an old palace". Since 1981, with the support of French President Francois Mitterrand at that time, the Grand Louvre project has been implemented to restore the former glory of the museum. The reconstructed Louvre will be used as a museum, and the glass pyramid designed by I.M. Pei will become the symbol of the Louvre. The designer shows the architectural models of the Louvre in different periods with ingenuity, and the audience can intuitively understand the historical evolution of the palace.

The Louvre has become a gathering place for artists from all over the world, and also provides a worldwide stage for these artists. In 2012, the new exhibition hall of the Ministry of Islamic Art opened to the public, adding a new color to the Louvre.

When the new coronavirus epidemic is over, we must go to the Louvre.

 
 
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