A very nice, large castle with ornate interiors, and had a lot of historical significance. After studying Napoleon in history class, it was interesting to see the site of one of his most decisive victories, with the guide pointing out the room in which the peace treaty was signed, the preserved bed that Napoleon slept on, etc.. There was also a re-enactment of the battle outside the castle on an open field, which I thought was very interesting, as it had a very authentic atmosphere with weaponry of the 19th century, as well as band music for both the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Napoleonic France.
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