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An honorable monument with a very interesting exposition. A lot of information we received here about a battle of three emperors made our memory full. These Three should fight to each other to save a life of thousands young people.
My Russian girlfriend and I visited the place. We did not try the museum but had to look on the web to get an idea of what really happened there. The weather was nice so we could enjoy a clear view over the region
After visiting this site, I got to know more than this morning when I woke up.
Last year I visited Waterloo where Napoleon lost, and now Napoleon's prime.
The Battle of Austerlitz also known as "The Battle of the Three Emperors" was fought in 1805...More
A must for Napoleon fans and "War and Peace" readers if there are still any. Breathe the air of Austerlitz and watch the landscapes of the most glorious battle. There is a museum, a small souvenir shop and a chapel with an interesting accustic effect.
I personally love seccession (art noveau), so the monument itself did not disappoint me. The multimedial exposition is interesting also for people, who are not fans of war history. Ironically, French people I have seen the exposition with said, that they learned more about Napoleon...More
After growing up and learning about Napoleon in school I finally visited a battlefield from the Napoleonic Wars.The Battle of Austerlitz which is also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors was fought in 1805 and is considered to be Napoleon's greatest victory. You...More
If you are a fan of Napoleonic wars (like I am) this is a must see place for you. Only Waterloo battlefield can be compared with this site ( unfortunately the Russians almost destroyed Borodino's one). The battlefield(and the Museum) are held in very good...More
It is a great and peaceful place to visit if you are interested in the history of Napoleonic wars. It is nicely kept and it is free. It is also worth a visit to the town of Slavkov (Austerlliz). The beautiful chateux played an important...More
The monument recalls the famous napoleon's victory. The exterior has an impressive appearance and also the adjacent exposure. In the wider area, we can learn that Napoleon slept at the post office, under the tree, here and there - and so it is no wonder...More