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Mausoleum of the imperial prince

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About : Mausoleum of the imperial prince

The war of 1914 delayed the works. Finally, in 1924, prince Napoleon donated the monument and the land to the State.

Jean Bourguignon, the curator of the Château de Malmaison at the time, suggested placing a bronze replica of the famous statue of Carpeaux representing the Prince Imperial and his dog Nero at the centre of the monument, and the beautiful prayer which the young prince had written and was found in his devotional book was also engraved on a plaque.

The monument deteriorated quickly and in 1937, a new construction was undertaken un the same style, the eight Corinthian culumns being replaced with four columns of rose coloured marble from the Court of Auditors which was burned down under the Commune.

Historic site and monument

Avenue Marmontel 92500 Rueil-Malmaison France

Phone : 01 47 32 35 75

Fax : 01 47 14 04 48

Prices

Free access.

Benefits

Spoken languages : French

Compléments

Depuis la Défense (métro, RER, SNCF, bus) : autobus 258 arrêt "Le Château" (25 minutes). Traverser la RN13 et revenir vers le carrefour. Le château se situe à droite à 300m.

En Autolib' : station la plus proche à 500m : 260 avenue Napoléon Bonaparte, 92500 Rueil-Malmaison

Par la route : RN 13 (12 km de Paris)

Navettes depuis Paris : d'avril à septembre. Un service de navette avec desserte régulière depuis Paris, au départ du 2 rue des Pyramides, est proposé par la société ParisCityVision