Napoleon's coffin was moved directly under the dome of Les Invalides church on April 2, 1861, and placed on the first floor of the church. Visitors admire from the circular corridor on the second floor to the first floor. There are also tombs of other relatives of Napoleon and other generals. Napoleon's coffin is made of red quartzite and placed on a green granite base. There are 12 relief paintings of the goddess of victory carved on the walls of the surrounding corridor, each of which represents a glorious battle.
The tomb of Napoleon is located in the most famous domed church in Paris. In the center of the church, there is a red coffin where Napoleon, the hero of French history, was buried. Everyone can only watch it through the surrounding corridors. In fact, in France, people admire Napoleon very much. After all, he was the most glorious time in France, as can be seen from the memorial.
To pay tribute to Napoleon, not only he is an outstanding military genius, but also because he formulated the civil code and established the modern social system. Placed in the Invalides, Napoleon was transported back and buried here after his death. Those who like Napoleon should check it out!