The Mona Lisa is again in business.
Paris’ Louvre Museum, which homes the world’s most popular portrait, reopened Monday after a 4-month coronavirus lockdown and devoid of its standard big throngs.
Deal with masks ended up a ought to and customer numbers ended up minimal, with reservations required.
Amid the trickle of returning travelers was Zino Vandenbeaghen, who travelled from Belgium to take pleasure in the unconventional house at both of those the Louvre and the Palace of Versailles.
“It really is super,” he mentioned. “The best second to take a look at.”