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The Louvre for kids (and you)

"Roger"

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If you are getting tired of Netflix (or the discussion of face masks on TUG) and looking for something different...

During normal times, the Louvre would host about 30,000 live visitors a day and 40,000 visitors via the net. It is currently closed now, but they are hosting about 400,000 visitors via the net a day. They have upped some of their presentations. I found their one-minute presentations on some of their more famous pieces particularly enjoyable. They are aimed at kids, but I find them informative and interesting. I have linked to a sample below.

Winged Victory

You can scroll to some of their other pieces on the right side of the screen. If you want to see some of the other "tours" google the Louvre.
 

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Those are neat. I was in the Louvre in the 1970s. No flash photography at the time. Wonder how they handle it now with cell phones.
 

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These are their rules now.
Filming and photography are permitted in the permanent collection exhibition rooms. The use of flash and other lighting equipment, however, is not permitted. Filming and photography are not allowed in the temporary exhibition rooms.
 
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