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After this victory, at the same time as he decided that a triumphal

Posted by: 2013-08-23

After this victory, at the same time as he decided that a triumphal arch to be created so that his armies were marching on their way home to Paris.
Said sheet is now the famous Arc de Triomphe and now sits on the Place Charles de Gaulle, which is one of the places in Paris, which was originally known as the Place Etoile found. But he also had the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel constructed which is of the Louvre through the Tuileries Gardens.
Dissolved the Holy Roman Empire and laid over the next few years Napoleon family members and loyalists as the leaders of other countries such as Spain, Holland and Italy. But when the war began peninsula in 1808, it had a massive impact on France, draining their resources rather dramatically.
In 1814, Paris was Bonaparte himself and went into exile on an island in the Mediterranean. Although he managed to escape he did quickly marched on Paris, the Battle of Waterloo ended his brief reign and second but he was imprisoned on an island in the Atlantic by the British.
But it was on this remote island of St. Helena, who died in 1821, 5 May, and was buried a few days later, on the estate of Mr. Richard Torbett near a spring. And even if his request to be buried along the banks of the river Seine, to be among his people, that never happened.
In fact, it was almost more than twenty years, and it took seven years of negotiations by King Louis Philippe and the British government to bring Napoleon's remains back, so he could finally rest in peace.
In 1840, King Louis-Philippe chose Louis Visconti, an Italian born French architect to a grave that would take the remains and placed in the Eglise du Dome Les Invalides create.
It took almost six months for the whole trip will be taken and returned to Paris for the coffin, but shortly after 15 December of the state funeral was held in Paris. During the procession, Napoleon's coffin rested briefly under the Arc de Triomphe, the other attractions in Paris, but was ordered to be built by him, although he never saw it completed.
From there, the coffin and procession went to the famous Champs Elysees Avenue, across the Seine River and eventually into the park to Les Invalides.
The grave of Napoleon's fit within a circular crypt in the Eglise du Dome, the go for it with great reconstructions and transformations for the vision of the architect seems Cisconti had found. With a gallery that surrounds the grave, depicting Napoleon civilian achievements, all of which were created by the sculptor Pierre-Charles Simart.
The body of the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is located within five coffins that are made kept all found tin, mahogany, lead, lead and eventually Ebony in a sarcophagus in the center of the crypt.