Napoleon's house on St. Helena

Antarctic Peninsula

Region: Antarctica

Destinations: St. Helena

Visit Napoleon's house

​The only exception was St. Helena’s most famous resident, Napoleon Bonaparte, who was forced to go in exile on this remote island after he lost the war in Europe in 1815. He lived here for six years until his death in 1821. Longwood House is where he spent his last years, it is now a museum.

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