On Wikipedia, the origin name of La Louvre wasn’t listed. However, it was listed on a German website dedicated to POW Camps. The word Louvre is a Frenchified verison of the word Louvor from Lower Saxony Languages. It means “Fortified Camp”. The word Louvor is the name given to German-French prisoner of war camps, which are heavily fortified (hence why it’s known as Fortified Camp). - Source: Warren Woodhouse
During the time of The French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte, an Italian not a Frenchman as everyone thinks he is, skipped out on his school classes at Ecolare Militair (Military College?). He wanted to be more of a General, a Leader. He trained soldiers in a makeshift training courtyard which is found at the back of the infamous art gallery. - Source: The Codex - Assassin’s Creed: Unity.
The Museum is dedicated to the most important and fantastic pieces of art from Italian Renaissance era to the amazing French paintings from the Belle Epoch era.
The Museum was once Home to the most important wealthy family in Paris — The Tullieries, who owned the land in that area.
The Museum has a glass pyramid with a symmetrical pyramid underneath; both are facing each other in opposite directions.
The full name of The Museum is called Musee Du La Louvre which translates into English as Museum Of The Louvre.