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Musée du Louvre | Paris, France

There are many legends and curious stories surrounding the Louvre in Paris. The art collection of the French kings was first opened to the public at the end of the 18th century. In the meantime, Napoleon Bonaparte named the museum after himself; the Mona Lisa even adorned his bedroom for a few years. In 1911, the famous painting of the mysterious beauty was stolen from the Louvre and reappeared two years later. Under the glass pyramid there are, of course, numerous other works of art, such as the statue of Venus de Milo.

In contrast to the precious inventory, structural fire protection is less about visibility and more about safety: the Fibershield®-P fire protection curtain is concealed in a narrow housing in the ceiling and rolls down automatically in the event of a fire. STÖBICH is thus making an important contribution to fire protection in the largest and most visited art museum in the world. Image credit: © Shutterstock/Kanuman

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