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This cultural monument was originally just a fortress. His historic Big Bashny was built in 1190 to monitor the lowlands of the Sena River, where Vikings were often invaded. In the fourteenth century, Karl V Mudrey, who returned the land previously lost, transforms the Luvre Medieval Castle into his palace, and since then the royal residence has been here. For four centuries, the kings of France have been involved in the work of rebuilding the palace of the best architects, the famous Jacques Lemercier, one of the founders of Versal Louis Levo and the brother of the beloved father, Claude Perro. Lesco's roof, which was named by its founder Pierre Lesco, was recognized as the best architectural creature in France of the Renessance era. In 1682, King Sonz Ludovic XIV moved his residence to Versal and gradually became a museum.
To date, a museum exhibit of 58,470 square metres has been deployed in the Lubra territory, with a total area of 160,106 square metres. Its repository has more than 300,000 exponents, but it is not more than 35,000 per day ' s tours, as some works are allowed to show no more than two or three consecutive months. Each guest will find an interesting exhibit in this largest museum, as its collection contains the creations of different ages and countries combined by themes, including rare ones such as the Culture of Islam or the Graphic Art.
Among the exhibit masterpieces in the section of the ancient Egypt, a unique statue of Ramses II of the city of Luxor can be found, as can the Ancient Mesopotamia Art Monument of Stella Hammurati. On the big stone, the clinograph is the first time in the world, a set of laws out of 282 articles, and on the top of it is the image of the king of Hammurati, who legally obtained the laws from the very Lord of Sun Shapasha.