Musées napoléonien et africain, Ile d’Aix

 

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The house where Napoleon stayed in from 9 to 13 July 1815 was given to the nation as a museum in 1933 and now has a collection of Napoleonic souvenirs, and also an African museum.
Vue extérieure du musée Napoléon Ier de l’ile d’Aix
© Rmn-Grand Palais (musées de l’île d’Aix) / Gérard Blot
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Musées napoléonien et africain, Ile d’Aix

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In the vicinity of La Rochelle and Rochefort, twenty kilometres from the Island of Ré and five from the Island of Oléron, the Island of Aix was long a strategic military stronghold. But it was Napoleon, rather than warfare, which made it famous. The Emperor stayed there after the Battle of Waterloo, from 9 to 13 July 1815, when he surrendered to the English. The house he stayed in was given to the nation as a museum in 1933 and now has a collection of Napoleonic souvenirs, and also an African museum.
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Musées napoléonien et africain de l’île d’Aix
Rue Napoléon
17123 Île d´Aix
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