Eglise du Dome, Paris
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
View the impressive tomb of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte I at Eglise du Dome, a Baroque chapel commissioned by Louis XIV. Architect Jules Hardouin Mansart's 107 m (351 ft) golden dome is often considered one of the finest in France. Step inside to see the final emperor's final resting place, some recently restored frescoes, and additional tombs of important military figures, such as Foch and Turenne. Plan your Eglise du Dome visit and explore what else you can see and do in Paris using our Paris trip itinerary planner.
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The church in itself is forgettable, as are the tombs of worthies like Vaubanne, Turenne, Liautey and Foch. People come here to see Napoleon's tomb. It is impressive enough, and it is surrounded by ar... read more »
Questa chiesa ospita le spoglie di Napoleone, la cupola dorata domina la città. Il biglietto è caro però non si può non visitare.This church houses the remains of Napoleon, the golden dome dominates the city. Tickets are pricey though one cannot visit.show original
I suggeSt starting your visit by entering straight up the main walkway from the river side. There is a lot of construction going on currently and military security checkpoints are in operating. See th... read more »
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