After weeks of rain the River Seine in Paris is flowing so high and the subsoil is so saturated authorities are worried that it could flood riverside basements, including those of the Louvre and Musee dÂ’Orsay, or Metro stations and tunnels. Worse, some fear a repeat of the massive flooding of 1910 could happen this year or next since the last three years have seen unusually heavy rains. The Louvre and Musee dÂ’Orsay are moving art works stored in basements to higher ground to avoid the kind of devastation that occurred in Prague, Dresden and other cities in floods last August.