Abu Dhabi will eventually open a museum that resembles the iconic Louvre museum of Paris, France. The Louvre museum Abu Dhabi opening to the public on November 11, a decade since the project was launched. The Louvre Abu Dhabi is the first branch of the Louvre Museum outside Paris, which showcased the largest art collection in the world.
The Museum is intended to attract visitors from Arab countries and the rest of the world, according to a statement of the Cultural Minister of the United Arab Emirates. The Louvre Abu Dhabi style that was apparently part of the United Arab Emirates tourism strategy which aims to increase the number of visits of tourists with a target of 8.5 million tourists annually by the deadline to 2020.
According to the Wikipedia, the Louvre Museum is one of the largest museums, the museum of art of the most visited and a historical monument in the world.
The museum building was designed by architect Jean Nouvel France is built on Saadiyat Island and is above the water. In addition, the museum building is also designed with a dome shaped roof pattern that evoke visual attractions if exposed to the Sun and will vary per hour.
Abu Dhabi Tourism and culture Authority Chairman, Mohammed Al Mubarak says, that even though the sunlight can get into the dome, the artwork in them will remain secure and not damaged because the dome is made of 7 layers of special materials.
The Louvre Museum is located in the Rive Droite Seine, in the first arrondissement of Paris, France. Nearly 35,000 objects from prehistoric times up to the 19th century were exhibited in an area of 60,600 square meters.
Well, the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi it becomes the same thing with the Louvre Museum in Paris, which has nearly 35,000 historic objects.
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