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Go to content Go to navigation Go to search Change language Accessibility Support the Louvre Home>Collection & Louvre Palace>Online Tours Online Tours Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries, contemplate the façades of the Louvre... Items per page:5 -10 -15 Sort by: Publication date - Title Egyptian Antiquities Collections from the Pharaonic period are displayed on the east side of the Sully wing, on the ground floor and 1st floor. Egyptian Antiquities Launch virtual tour Remains of the Louvre's Moat The Louvre was originally a fortress built by the French king Philippe Auguste. Medieval Louvre Launch virtual tour Galerie d'Apollon The Galerie d'Apollon, situated above the Petite Galerie, was destroyed by fire in 1661 and rebuilt by Le Vau. Decorative Arts Launch virtual tour Practical information The Louvre is open every day (except Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Night opening until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays Closed on the following holidays: January 1, May 1, December 25 Buy tickets

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Asian and Islamic Art: Middle Eastern, China, Korea, Japan — The Detroit Institute of Arts — The Detroit Institute of Arts Print Page The collections of the Department of the Arts of Asia and the Islamic World at the Detroit Institute of Arts comprise thousands of works of art produced in Asia and Middle East, from antiquity through the present, as well as from North Africa and Islamic Spain. Conceived as a both a geographical and cultural area of study, the Department fosters research into individual works of art in their historical and cultural contexts, the connections between the artistic cultures of this immense region – both geographical and temporal – as well as cultural and artistic ties between Asia, the Islamic World, Europe, and Africa. At present, the collections of the art of the Ancient Middle East and the Islamic World comprise some 1,300 objects, and the arts of Asia some 2,600 objects.

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