The Napoleon Memorial is a must-go place to check-in to Monaco. The exhibition hall is not big, it mainly displays some cultural relics from the Napoleonic period, which are some small objects from life and battle. It's also quite interesting.
If you want to know more about Napoleon, make sure you visit the Napoleon Memorial, which will definitely make you remember.
The Napoleon Museum in Monte Carlo, Monaco was a museum of artifacts which once belonged to the French Emperor Napoleon I.
The Napoleon Memorial and the Royal Palace Historical Achievement Collection are located in the Monaco Royal Palace on the edge of the cliff. It was built in the 13th century and was the seat of the Monaco government. It was used for military purposes until the 17th century. The Royal Palace of Monaco is composed of two parts. One half is the private residence and office space of the royal family, and the other half is the Napoleon Memorial and the Royal Palace Historical Achievement Collection. It contains frescoes, objects and documents related to the history of Monaco and during the First French Empire. Greater value.
The Royal Palace consists of the Royal Apartments, the Napoleon Memorial and the Palace Historic Achievement Collection. Each year, the Royal Apartments are open to the public from April to October, and the museums are open to visitors from January to October and December. Unfortunately, we arrived at the closing time of November and only took a few photos of our trip to the square and left.