France to open Louvre and Versailles 7 days a week


Ministers say two-year trial period, which starts in 2015, will 'allow more access to the works' as well as creating jobs and saving money.

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Three of France’s most-visited sites – the Louvre, the Palace of Versailles and Musée d’Orsay – will be open seven days a week next year, creating new jobs and boosting France’s strained economy, the government’s budget for 2015 showed Wednesday, reports FRANCE 24.