Invalides, Hôtel des

Invalides, Hôtel des, an institution in Paris, founded by Louis XIV. in 1674, for retired court servants and invalided soldiers; the church, the nave of which is adorned with military trophies, is surmounted by a majestic dome, under which the remains of Napoleon were deposited in 1840.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Intellect
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Intuition
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Invalides, Hôtel des
Inveraray
Inverness
Inverness-shire
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Iodine
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