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The Louvre is the oldest and smallest neighborhood in Paris. Located in the 1st and 2nd districts of the cosmopolitan city, the area locates various attractions such as the Louvre Museum which is the largest museum in the world with nearly 35 000 pieces of art, the Museum of decorative arts, and the Orangerie Museum displaying treasures from the Impressionism era.
The Louvre neighborhood also locates Vendôme Place, Paris's most lavish place, a space holding many luxury jewelers and high-end boutiques. While visiting, you will also find the Faubourg Saint Honoré, a street considered as central arteries of the French couture industry, high-end perfumers, fashion designers, and fine accessory shops.
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