WATCH: Louvre displays Nazi-looted art in effort to find owners

In an effort to find the rightful owners, the famous Louvre Museum in Paris has filled two rooms with a display of artwork looted by the Nazis during World War II, which likely belonged to Jewish families.

The Louvre permanently displayed about 31 paintings looted by Nazis during the Second World War hoping to find their rightful owners. More than 45,000 objects have been returned but more than 2,000 remain unclaimed including those paintings at the museum. We hope the owners will be reunited with their belongings soon.

Posted by StandWithUs on Tuesday, February 27, 2018