As we reported in January, Apple is (officially) opening a store in the Louvre according to French Language NanoBlog.  It will be France’s first official AppleStore, complimenting the Store within a store model that Apple has with electronics retailer FNAC.

Google Translated:

 

It is now official: Apple will open an Apple Store in Paris at the Louvre.

The store will extend over two floors, 715m ² on two floors. For those who know, it will replace the stores Résonnance and Lalique.

We are delighted that our plans to open a store at the Carrousel du Louvre have been approved by the CEDC. Our stores faced a huge success in the USA, UK and Italy and we are pleased to be able to enjoy french our customers the unique experience of retail proposed by Apple.

 

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