The Invalides district is located in Paris 7th arrondissement. It takes its name from the famous military hospital of the Hôtel des Invalides, ordered by Louis XIV to house the disabled of his armies. Napoleon, who died in 1821, was repatriated in 1840 from St. Hélène's Island to rest under the 107-meter-high dome of the Invalides. A stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, crossing the Pont Alexandre III, and the Champs de Mars via the transverse shopping streets, the Invalides district runs along the banks of the Seine. Famous museums decorate this district, such as the Rodin Museum, the Army Museum ..., and the Embassies, the National Assembly, or the Bourbon Palace Quai d'Orsay deserve admiration for their superb architecture.
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