Built under Louis the XIV as a war veteran site, in the former church was met the will of Napoleon, albeit only 19 years after his death, which is his final resting place on the Seine.
originally a church, later converted into the burial place of Napoleon
The building is impressive and contains the tomb of Napoleon. Unfortunately you have to pay admission. Next to the cathedral is a museum, as well as a nice café.
Nice facility. Napoleon is buried in the cathedral. If you want to visit the tomb, you have to pay admission. Next to the cathedral is a nice restaurant.
In this church you can visit the tomb of Napoleon. Access to the church is strictly guarded and costs entrance.
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