Église Saint-Louis-des-Invalides, Paris

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  • A large part of the history of France can be found in the corners of this imposing monument: generals, politicians and Kings rest under these walls, especially Napoleon, who quietly is under a huge Dome, surrounded by the flags of the victory of the wars with France. Who wants to know more about France and its history begins with these places.
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  • Never thought that it would be so beautiful inside. The burial place of Napoleon and his son. Altar shakes and painted ceilings. In addition, if you have a pass for 3 days to transport, entrance fees will be discounted. At the entrance to the Cathedral stands armed guard
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  • What would a visit to Paris without the Invalides? Of Louise XIV. built originally as a hospital and the supply of war invalids, this facility houses the Cathedral, the Military Academy and the crypt with the sarcophagus of RIA, which is located just below the dome today.
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  • We can learn all about the history and role of this central edifice at the heart of the Hôtel des Invalides, throughout the centuries from its creation. Good architecture and very detailed.
  • Church Saint Louis des Invalides inside the French Army Museum is also known as Church of the soldiers. Louis XIV in 1676 build this chapel where war veterans could pray. This would become a military church, a sanctuary made for soldiers. The church houses one of the largest and beautiful organ in France which is located at the back of the chapel, above the entrance. This architect's fantasy gave the facade of this organ a very special charm.
  • Beautiful building you just have to see. Just 3 things: Because of the security risks, they will have a look in the bags you bring. If you have something which isn't allowed, they will take it out and you will not see it back. Please remember: if you are impressed by the weapons of the guards, don't make pictures of them! They will not like it. And finally: don't walk on the gras. Seriously, don't do it. Never the less a place you have to see before leaving Paris!
  • The place also known as Nepolean museum and has church in middle where warrior memories are kept.
  • The French are insane. Just look at the size and grandeur of this tomb. Often not too busy, bar next to it is very affordable.

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