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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates -- Stepping into the Louvre Abu Dhabi, one of the first artworks a visitor sees is a two-headed Neolithic statue from Jordan, one of the oldest known in human history.
That duality -- looking back and toward the future, encompassing both East and West -- is a theme that extends throughout the new museum, which is opening to the public on Saturday after a decade of delays and questions over labourers' rights.
Officials in Abu Dhabi have not disclosed how much it cost to build the museum.
What is known is that Abu Dhabi agreed to pay France 5 million for the use of the "Louvre" name for the next 30 years and six months, plus another 0 million to hire French managers to oversee the 300 loaned works of art.
Different cultures face each other in exhibits: for example, a French suit of armour is positioned to look directly across from a Japanese warrior's outfit.The conservative mores of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates that's more buttoned-up than freewheeling Dubai, can be seen in the relative absence of pieces depicting nudity.Still, artwork at the new Louvre offers a brief history of the world and its major religions, not shying away from Judaism in a country that officially does not recognize Israel.A centre at Paris' Louvre now bears the name of the late UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, which was also part of the deal.During construction, the project faced intense criticism over conditions faced by labourers, who faced low pay, long hours and hot conditions.