The Napoleon Museum in Monte Carlo, Monaco was an exhibition hall of antiques which once had a place with the French Emperor Napoleon I. The exhibition hall, which was connected to the Prince of Monaco's royal residence, contained a gathering amassed by Prince Louis II, the considerable granddad of the present Prince of Monaco. The accumulation contained ious belonging of the Emperor including letters and reports relating to his rule and victory of Europe and relics from his outcast and detainment on Saint Helena.
Likewise incorporated into the accumulation was attire that had a place with Napoleon's child, the King of Rome. Things of recorded significance identifying with the Principality of Monaco were shown on a mezzanine floor in the historical center, including the Charter of Independence of Monaco that was given imperial consent by King Louis XII of France. The gathering of Napoleonic impacts was sold at sell off in 2014 to raise reserves for remodels to the Prince's Palace. A bicorn cap worn by Napoleon sold for 1.9 million Euros at the bartering. Visitors come to visit this place from all over the world with their friends and family members. You can visit, explore and experience this place.