Invalides

A record of Napoleon

Under the highest golden dome in Paris lie the ashes of Napoleon Bonaparte. In 1670, Louis XIV commissioned the Hôtel des Invalides to be a home for soldiers who were too old or invalid to serve in the army.

A fancy part of the 7th arrondissement

Under Napoleon I, the dome became a pantheon for France's military glories and the final resting place to great French marshals, including Vauban and Turenne. For the bicentennial of the French Revolution, the dome was regaled for the fifth time, with 550,000 pieces of gold leaf weighing more than 22 pounds. The Esplanade des Invalides is located in the tony 7th arrondissement, where we offer more than 500 apartments of all styles and sizes.

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