How do you even begin to capture the Louvre? It's huge, beautiful, fascinating and one could spend a lifetime and still not know it completely. So we start generally with the Denon Wing, which houses the famous "Mona Lisa", "Venus d' Milo", and "Winged Victory of Samothrace". And which is therefore, by far, the most crowded of the three wings. For the far less crowded Richelieu and Sully Wings, see Louvre 2.
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