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Napoléon n'est plus Musée de l'Armee

Mar 31, 2021 — Oct 31, 2021

Much is known about the extraordinary life of Napoleon Bonaparte. The self-made ruler of France is one of history's most notorious figures, but significantly less is known about his death. To commemorate the bicentenary of Napoleon's passing on the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Musée de l'Armee is putting on a special exhibition that documents the pint-size emperor's final...

Much is known about the extraordinary life of Napoleon Bonaparte. The self-made ruler of France is one of history's most notorious figures, but significantly less is known about his death. To commemorate the bicentenary of Napoleon's passing on the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Musée de l'Armee is putting on a special exhibition that documents the pint-size emperor's final days, his death, and the aftermath, with authentic artifacts and amazing artworks from the era.

Large-scale masterpiece paintings that dramatized Napoleon's death will show the cultural sway that Napoleon still had, even after his death in exile. Many of these works have never before been on display, and now they'll be accompanied by authentic artifacts, such the official autopsy report, altar pieces from the chapel of Saint Helena, Napoleon's will, and more.

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The Musée de l'Armee is part of a complex of buildings, home to museums and monuments, all relating to France's military history. A visit provides a fascinating look at prestigious old weapons, uniforms and armour. Napoleon Bonaparte's gilded tomb is also here, so be sure to pay your respects.

The Musée de l'Armee is located on Rue de Grenelle, at Paris's Les Invalides. It's a great spot in Paris’ 7th arrondissement, near Champs-de-Mars and the French National Assembly.

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