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Napoléon III Residences
Napoléon III Residences

Residing in the Palais des Tuileries from February 1852, Napoleon III also owned a number of other homes he enjoyed visiting. From organising the famous Séries gatherings with Empress Eugénie at Compiègne and ordering the construction of a theatre at Fontainebleau to being forced into exile at Camden Place after the fall of the Empire, the Emperor left his own unique stamp on each of these residences.

Paris, musée d'Orsay
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