Last Thursday, November 7th, the students had yet another opportunity to explore a building that they read about in the history class here. They visited Musée d’Orsay, a train station turned museum. The students were assigned to write their own review of the building. They truly got to understand the building in their own way.
The main corridor of Musée d’Orsay was astounding with its sculptures and unique spaces.
Two of the students pose in front of a large clock that doubles as a window to the city. (Photograph taken an edited by Laura Casanova)
The interiors of the museum are astounding around every corner. Even the passageways are beautiful.
The museum offered a great experience and fantastic views, such as this one in the main corridor. (Photograph by Ferguson Cochran)