27 December 2016

Culture and jewelry

After two years of works and renovations, the Louvre bookshop has reopened its doors. Extending over more than 400m2, this bookshop is a unique place to find books on painting, sculpture and travel where jewelry stories can often be uncovered.

Allée Grand Louvre – Access between the Carrousel entrance and the Pyramid entrance

  • © Philippe Dureuil

  • © Philippe Dureuil

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