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Ajaccio (in Corsican: Aiacciu, traditionally in Spanish Ayacio ) is a French municipality, capital of the department of Corsica of the South and of the whole island of Corsica. It is famous for being the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Palazzu U Domu ★★★★
The district of Ajaccio is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of South Corsica (in French Corse-du-Sud), of the Corsica region. It has 14 cantons and 80 communes.
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T2 - sanguinaires - Superbe vue mer - proche centre ville
Chemin de Pietralba
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Hotel San Carlu Citadelle ★★★new
The Buonaparte House (located on Rue Saint-Charles, 18 of the Corsican capital, Ajaccio), property inherited from Napoleon's father, Carlo Buonaparte was a spacious building, with windows overlooking the narrow street, near the sea. On the ground floor lived Carlo's mother and his brother Luciano, a man tormented by gout with the post of archdeacon of Ajaccio, on the top floor lived some of the cousins, likewise, Carlo and Letizia Ramolino lived.
Napoleon and his other brothers were born and raised in this house.
Time after Napoleon's departure to study in France, the family raided different financial crises that forced her to leave Corsica, leaving the house and went to live, first to the slums of Marseille and then to a place called La Sallé in Antibes.
After the signing of the preliminary conditions of the peace of Leoben, the family met for two weeks in Mombello, near Milan, and then Leticia returned to live in the Buonaparte house, repaired and furnished especially by order of Napoleon.
In 1967, the house was converted into a museum and declared a national museum.
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4 personnes pieds dans l'eau
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Milelli House and Arboretum
The house of the Milelli (in French, Maison des Milelli) is a modest 17th-century French family home located in the city of Ajaccio, department of South Corsica, noted for being the family home of Napoleon I Bonaparte . It is currently a museum. The house was classified in the title of historical monuments in 1958.
The Milelli Arboretum (in French, Arboretum des Milelli or Domaine de Milelli), is a 12-hectare arboretum, a secular olive grove. The arboretum is 1,800 meters above sea level, in the Font-Romeu forest . It is open every year to the general public. An admission fee is charged.