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Eglise du Dome, Paris

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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 Dôme des Invalides is a magnificent domed chapel is one of the finest models of French Baroque architecture. “Église du Dôme”, the private royal chapel’s golden dome is seen from far away. A large...  more »
  • Built by King Louis IV for his personal use and mausoleum, the church was eventually used as a military mausoleum. Napoleon and his brother are entombed here along with several other military heroes. ...  more »
  • We weren't interested in the Musée de l'Armee because we only wanted to see Napoleon's tomb which was very impressive.  more »