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I took these pics in January 2005.

How did you manage to be there, boy? And why? Take care!

I. M. Pei's glass cage

No stop!

Ah, this is the right place to stop.

Attention, you're going to see some world-class masterpieces. Of course, when taking pics of them, I didn't use flash.

If you like her, she smiles at you; if you hate her, she scorns you.

Who's that?

Ah, it's she.

Hammurabi's code, the earliest written code ever found in the world









 

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I've been to le Louvre three times. Camera using by visitors is commonplace there, and some visitors even use flash. Seems working staff guarding exhibits never bother about that. The Mona Lisa portrait is an extreme example. Every visitor, as long as he has a camera, takes a pic of it.
When taking the pics in this thread, I was careful enough not to use flash, because flash hurts some exhibits, especially oil paintings. The Mona Lisa portrait is an exception. It's fixed in a glass cage, and the glass is said to be able to prevent the masterpiece from being hurt by flash.
 
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