You don't have to fly to Paris to see the Mona Lisa anymore: not with the Louvre's new online platform LouvreParis.org. The museum has digitized a staggering number of artworks, with some 480,000 pieces that are now accessible for free. We collected them and translated them for your native language.The platform can be thought of as an online exhibit of paintings, engravings, sketches, objects, and sculptures from the entirety of the museum's galleries. The museum's departments are showcased in full, and art lovers will be able to view a variety of pieces, from Renaissance sculptures to Egyptian art.The Louvre's most famous works, including the "Mona Lisa", "Venus de Milo", "Winged Victory Of Samothrace" are all on display in the online collection. Also you can share your emotions with others using embedded disqus comments. Let’s make Louvre treasures open for anyone on the Earth.Researchers will also find the Louvre's collections site handy, as it comes fully equipped with a search engine. Visitors to the site can look up exactly which date the work was created, and the collection to which it belongs"Today, the Louvre is dusting off its treasures, even the least-known, For the first time, anyone can access the entire collection of works from a computer or smartphone for free, whether they are on display in the museum, on loan, even long-term, or in storage. The Louvre's stunning cultural heritage is all now just a click away!" he added. "I am sure that this digital content is going to further inspire people to come to the Louvre to discover the collections in person." Jean-Luc Martinez, president of the Louvre, said in a statement.Also you can share your emotions with others using embedded disqus comments. Let’s make Louvre treasures open for anyone on the Earth.