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The Wedding at Cana – Les Noces de Cana

The Wedding at Cana - Les Noces de Cana – By Paolo Veronese, Louvre, Paris
The Wedding at Cana is the biggest painting displayed in the Louvre museum. The painting has 6.77 m in height and 9.94 m in length.
PainterPaolo Veronese
Where is displayedLouvre Museum
Room 711, Denon Wing, Level 1
The museum will reopen on May 19, 2021.
All visitors, including those entitled to free admission, must book a time slot.
Bookings can be done through the online ticketing service starting the afternoon of May 12, 2021.
17 E for Individual Visitor
Getting to
Metro: Louvre – Rivoli Station
LocationRue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France, Europe

The Wedding at Cana – the biggest painting displayed in the Louvre

The Wedding at Cana is the biggest painting displayed in the Louvre museum. The painting has 6.77 m in height and 9.94 m in length.

The painting was stolen by Napoleon and brought to Paris.

The Wedding at Cana represents a New Testament story, a wedding party in Cana, Galilee in which Jesus Christ performs his first miracle by turning water into wine.

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