When you enter the museum, this replica of the Statue of Liberty is one of the first things you see. This is the 2nd one I have seen in Paris. Another one is located on the Seine River.
A couple of days ago, I visited the musèe dÓrsay or dÓrsay museum, as it shall be known here (hey, it’s difficult keying that weird “e” on my keyboard that only works half the time on my tablet for some reason). I was fascinated with the beautiful building that later, I found out was a former train station constructed in 1900. The construction style is called Beaux-Arts and in my opinion, the building itself is worth half the admission. Angie met me there and although the museum is quite large, we covered quite a bit of ground, i.e., seeing most of the major collection pieces by Monet, Gaugin, Mamet, Van Gogh, Sisley, Renoir, Cezanne, and Degas.
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