The glazed courtyard of Marly at the Louvre Museum display some of most superior masterpieces of the sculpture under natural light. Marly was once the pleasure residence of King Louis XIV, a few kilometers from Versailles, where the court resided. He used to go there with a few privileged guests to escape from the Versailles court life. The kings and royal enjoyed in its vast park, adorned with sculptures of Greek mythology in reconnecting with divine. Although the Palace and the park have disappeared, some of the original sculptures have been preserved for the world people coming to Louvre.
Source: Musée du Lourve