Where Is The Mona Lisa Displayed?

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The Mona Lisa can be found on the second floor  of the Denon Wing of the Louvre Museum.
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Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, a 16th century oil portrait, is almost certainly the most famous piece of art the world has ever known. It currently resides in Paris, under the ownership of the French government, and can be found hanging in the Louvre, the world's largest museum.

'Mona Lisa' was not, in fact, the painting's original title. The portrait depicts Lisa Giocondo, the wife of a wealthy Florentine businessman, and was only given its now-famous title as a result of a description in a biography of da Vinci published over thirty years after his death. The painting was not, in fact, immediately appreciated; it was not until the rise of the Symbolist movement in mid-19th Century that artists, and the public, began to explore the piece as an investigation of the 'feminine mystique'. Its notoriety was further increased in 1911 when it was stolen from the Salon Carr´┐Ż. Pablo Picasso was questioned by police on suspicion of its theft, but it was eventually proved to be the work of a master forger who stole the painting with the intention of making copies to sell as the lost original.
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If you are going to see the Mona Lisa at the Lourve it's an idea to go early in the morning before the crowds arrive. Otherwise you will be one of a hundred trying to get a glimpse.
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At first Mona Lisa was kept in Fontainebleau, later In Versailles. And afterwards she was and still is kept at the museum De Louvre.  De Louvre is the museum in which Mona Lisa was kept and still is there.
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