This year, Les Invalides is celebrating 350 years. With the Tomb of Napoleon I, and multiple museums within to explore, this location is also worth admiring the outside architecture too with the Eglise du Dome and courtyard with historical cannons.
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Just some of many cannons on display in the courtyard of Les Invalides, each with their own story to tell and viewable for free.
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The Eglise du Dome roof taken from looking up at a corner of the Hotel des Invalides in Paris.
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Looking out over the courtyard of Les Invaldies towards the eastern side.
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These intricate sculptures around the roof can be missed by those visiting Hotel des Invalides but are worth appreciating their details.
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Looking over the courtyard of Hotel des Invalides, showing the many military cannons lined up on display.
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A statue of Napoleon, in the same location as where his body now rests at Les Invalides.
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A memorial plaque for those who died for France in WWI, located on the first floor of Les Invalides.
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Lines of cannons surround the courtyard at Hotel des Invalides, adding to the historical value of the location.
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This is a historical cannon used by the French military, now on display for people to admire at Hotel des Invalides, Paris.
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