French Emperor Napoleon I, Napoléon Bonaparte, was a military and political leader. He rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the Revolutionary Wars. France's Chateau de Fontainebleau is one of the leader's main residence.
The French Emperor died on 5 May 1821; In memory of him France has collected all his and his family's related items, such as porcelain service, purple formal dress, his family tree, and his official Throne in one place.
Napoleon had an extensive and powerful impact on the modern world, bringing liberal reforms to the numerous territories that he conquered and controlled, especially the Low Countries, Switzerland, and large parts of modern Italy and Germany.
Chateau de Fontainebleau, Napoleon's main residence, located 55 kilometers (34 miles) southeast of the center of Paris. The medieval castle and subsequent palace served as a residence for the French monarchs from Louis VII to Napoleon III.