Lourve - the remains of the Louvre's moat and its mighty...

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Melissa Fischer Louvre in Paris For the virtual museum tour assignment, I decided to take a virtual tour of the Louvre in Paris. I had traveled there a couple years ago and really enjoyed it, so I thought I'd like to see how the virtual tour compared with the real tour. In comparison, the tour was very good! On the lower level of the Louvre, I saw a lot of art from the Renaissance including many different paintings and sculptures. I was most impressed by how well the virtual tour portrayed the sculptures created by the brilliant Jean Goujon and the Napoleon statue sculpted by Lorenzo Bartolini. The vivid images that the virtual tour provided, along with the informative description on the margin of the tour window was very helpful! Another thing that is unrelated to art that I liked in the real tour, as well as the virtual tour, was
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Unformatted text preview: the remains of the Louvre's moat and its mighty walls. It really gives you a vivid image of how medieval France was. The virtual tour showed crystal clear images of the walls; I could see every nook and cranny of them—it was amazing! I wandered on a little bit more and I saw the Egyptian artifacts (statues, writings, boat models) on the ground and lower floor which were both very interesting as well, but not as interesting as the artifacts on the lower floor. Overall, it was a really great tour and it was really easy to just see everything from my room. The functionability was a little confusing but I got the hang of it and saw everything there. Compared to the real tour, it could really never compare, but if one had never gone to the Louvre before, then the online virtual tour greatly suffices....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course ENGLISH 120 taught by Professor Brock during the Spring '12 term at Coastline Community College.

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