The Zouave statue at Pont de l'Alma, which serves as a measuring instrument for water levels, is partly submerged by the Seine on Friday, June 3.
Staff of the Louvre post signs on June 3, informing visitors about the closing of the famous museum due to flooding in the city.
Plastic boxes containing artworks are placed between sculptures for safe-keeping in an exhibition hall at the Musée du Louvre on June 3.
An employee of the Musée d'Orsay moves artwork to protect it from the flooded Seine river on June 3.
A man maneuvers through a flooded street in Nemours, south of Paris, on June 3.
Residents are evacuated from their homes in Nemours on June 2. Water from the Loing River flooded the streets of the French town.
People leave their home in Longjumeau on June 2.
An aerial photo shows flood waters around the 16-th century chateau of Chambord on June 2 after the Cosson burst its banks.
A man rides a bike through a Paris street flooded by the Seine on June 2.
People wait in a Nemours gymnasium after evacuations.
A replica of the Statue of Liberty faces the overflowing Seine in Paris on Wednesday, June 1.
Two women try to enter their flooded home from an inflatable raft in Montargis on June 1.