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What the Flock was going on at the Louvre?

Posted on: March 24th, 2015 by Stan Kotecki | No Comments
What the Flock was going on at the  Louvre?

What the Flock was going on at the Louvre?

The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is one of the world’s largest museums and a historic monument.   A central landmark of Paris France millions of tourists flock there every year.   They aren’t the only ones that “flock” there.

 

In March of 2014, while I was “flocking” to the Louvre Museum myself I stopped that the nearby Starbucks to have a good cup of Coffee and write a few post cards.  While I was enjoying my coffee there was suddenly a huge ruckus.  Apparently there was a group of protestors representing the Confederation Paysanne: Union for peasant agriculture and the defense of its workers.  Humans weren’t the only one’s protesting… so were there sheep.   The protesters, bare and wooly were blocking the museum entrance; officials escorted them the Flock out of there and up the spiral staircase.  Once outside they continued their protest.

  • Louvre France: Sheep

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