In the Louvre, the paintings of the great masters dress the walls of the Richelieu room and I contemplate a work, absorbed in my thoughts. The Louvre Palace was the residence of the Kings of France, who had it built and constantly refurbished, over seven centuries.
The Louvre hosts a Museum which is one of the most beautiful and important in the world.
It presents many masterpieces, the most famous of which is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The number and quality of paintings is impressive, as is the exhibition devoted to Antiquities and Sculptures. A spicy and mysterious note of Saffron, Grapefruit and Clove, which gives way to a leathery heart of Cedar wood Atlas and Patchouli, to slowly fade to a sweet and appealing Bottom note of Vanilla, Sandalwood and White Musks.
A precious and noble fragrance
Head Note: Grapefruit, Saffron, Cloves,
Middle Note: Atlas wood, Patchouli Cashmere wood
Bottom Note: Sandal wood, Amber, Vanilla White musks
Parfum (Fragrance) Aqua (Water) Alpha-isomethyl Ionone* Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate Linalool* Eugenol* Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane Ethylhexyl Salicylate Ci 15985 Ci 19140