The Louvre Museum (French: Musée du Louvre), located in Paris, France, is the world's most visited art museum, a historic monument, and a national symbol. The collection's nearly 35,000 pieces are displayed over 60,000 square metres (650,000 sq ft). The museum lies between the River Seine and the Rue de Rivoli on the Right Bank in the 1st arrondissement neighborhood. A central landmark in Paris, the Louvre is slightly askew of the axe historique (historical axis), a roughly eight-kilometre (five-mile) architectural line bisecting the city.|
Clementoni HistoryConsidering how Italy is well known and often associated with fine art and rich culture, it only makes sense that a well established Italian jigsaw puzzle manufacturer would be known for similar qualities. Clementoni produces puzzles with iconic paintings from many of the great masters as well as breathtaking photographs of land and cityscapes. In addition to creating a line of jigsaw puzzles with elegance and attention to detail, Clementoni also uses recycled and other earth-friendly materials in their commitment to the environment.