Energy sobriety: after the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre pyramid and the Palace of Versailles extinguished earlier

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Culture Minister Rima Abdul Malak announced this Saturday, September 17 that the Louvre pyramid and the facade of the Palace of Versailles would be turned off earlier to save energy.

“We are going to turn off the Louvre pyramid earlier, starting this evening. Instead of turning off its pyramid at 1 a.m., the Louvre will turn it off at 11 p.m.”, announced the Minister of Culture this Saturday, September 17.

The Palace of Versailles also concerned

Guest of France 2, Rima Abdul Malak explained that the government had decided to turn off the lights earlier on this monument in Paris but also on the facade of the Palace of Versailles. Objective: to save energy. “We are also going to turn off the facade of the Palace of Versailles at 10 p.m. instead of 11 p.m. next week,” she said in particular. As a reminder, the Eiffel Tower will also be turned off earlier, at 11.45 p.m. instead of 1 a.m. previously.

“What is important is to work concretely on how to act for the ecological transition in our museums, in our theaters, in our cinemas, in all the cultural places of France”, also recalled the minister.


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