As the glass pyramid of the Louvre Museum sits in the centre of the Napoleon Courtyard, visitors in the lobby of the pyramid can see the Louvre Palace which surrounds the pyramid on 3 sides. The Palais du Louvre - as it’s known in French - is a former royal palace which dates back to the medieval period. The palace was home to French royalty until King Louis XIV moved to the Palace of Versailles in 1682

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Louvre Palace: From the Inside Looking Out

As the glass pyramid of the Louvre Museum sits in the centre of the Napoleon Courtyard, visitors in the lobby of the pyramid can see the Louvre Palace which surrounds the pyramid on 3 sides. The Palais du Louvre - as it’s known in French - is a former royal palace which dates back to the medieval period. The palace was home to French royalty until King Louis XIV moved to the Palace of Versailles in 1682
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