The Louvre Museum is one of the major cultural landmarks for art and historical monuments in the world and is situated on the bank of the River Seine in Paris, France. In 2018, it was ranked as the world’s most visited art museums for hosting over 10 million visitors. It contains more than 460 thousand art pieces and monuments which belong to the Pharaonic, Roman and Greek ages, therefore, it is considered one of the largest international museums. It exhibits a large number of extraordinary paintings like the Mona Lisa which is painted by the famous Leonardo da Vinci. It is divided into eight curatorial departments: Egyptian antiquities; Near Eastern antiquities; Greek, Etruscan, and Roman; Islamic art; sculpture; decorative art; paintings; prints and drawings. It is famed for its pyramid glass entrance but it also as two other entrances: an underground entrance from the Carrousel shopping mall and the Porte des Lions entrance. In addition, tours are organized inside the museum to help visitors learn more about the history of monuments and displays by providing a tour guide.