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DISCOVER & PLAN PARIS AT A GLANCE

Louvre – Palais Royal – Concorde

    Extending from the Louvre and Palais Royal on the East to Concorde and La Madeleine church on the West, this central, monument-filled district could be called the Royal Neighborhood, as all its landmarks bear the sign of the Ancien Regime. Built under Louis XIV, The Louvre Palace now houses the world’s most-visited museum, featuring Da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa, stunning Egyptian antiquities, and a rich collection of paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. From the Louvre, the beautiful Tuileries Garden leads to the Place de la Concorde, the site of Louis XVI’s beheading. Napoleon’s neoclassical Église de la Madeleine looks on from the right.

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