The Louvre has digitized its exhibits and published a collection of 482,000 pieces of art on its website. You can watch them absolutely free.
The site has room map, where you can virtually walk and see all the works. They even added items that are in storage or in other museums.
For the first time, anyone can access the entire collection from a computer or smartphone for free.
I am confident that this digital content will further inspire people to come to the Louvre to see the collection with their own eyes.
Last year, the museum began to accelerate the process of digitizing exhibits when the pandemic had to close it to the public. The museum is currently undergoing a planned renovation.