It is also a more luxurious building, where Napoleon's sarcophagus is, with a very tall dome, visible on the north bank of the Seine, and a solemn interior, a very important part of the House of Lords.
The tomb of Napoleon is located in the famous Invalides in Paris. He is in a domed church. A huge wooden coffin is placed under the dome in the center of the dome church, surrounded by exquisite frescoes and sculptures, and some important officials of the Napoleonic period. He is also a symbol of the French spirit and is highly admired by the French.
The dome church in Paris, France is located in the famous Les Invalides, where he is also the tomb of the French Emperor Napoleon. Here is the pride of the entire French nation. Napoleon’s coffin is placed in the center of the dome church and is admired by thousands of people. It is definitely a symbol and pride of France.
Napoleon's grave is in the military academy, actually part of the military academy, and the Paris Military Museum on the back buys joint tickets to see three valuable places, but it's a good deal. Inside is not very big, mainly take the emperor's coffin, and engraved with the emperor's achievements inscription, the atmosphere is very sacred, can see the French to take the emperor's reverence.
Invalides in Paris is located on the south bank of the Seine in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. Built in the era of Louis XIV in 1670, it was a sanatorium for disabled soldiers in previous wars. The main entrance of Les Invalides is the tall domed St. Louis Church, which is solemn and full of worshippers. The tomb of the famous emperor Napoleon in French history is located in the basement directly below the church. Napoleon was born in 1769 and became Emperor of the First French Empire in 1804. In June 1815, he was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo and was exiled to the island of St. Helena in the South Atlantic. He died on May 5, 1821. On December 15, 1840, in a grand ceremony, Napoleon's coffin passed the Arc de Triomphe and was buried in the Invalides on the Seine. Because he left a will: "I wish my body lie on the banks of the Seine, among the French people I have loved so much."