Although not very big, the displays are interesting and good for children, lots of interesting little things and a variety of history, although not entirely understandable by children, but very nice
From the capital of Belgium to the battle of Waterloo that shocked the world in 1815, the ten-kilometer battle started on June 17. The gunpowder was filled with smoke, swords and swords. The bodies of 30,000 French soldiers filled the valley of Waterloo. This price was defeated by Napoleon. From then on, Napoleon was exiled to St. Hehel Island in the Atlantic, where he died as a guest.
Wellington Museum in the small town of Waterloo. Named after the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo. The museum has collected precious historical materials and exhibits related to this battle. Picture two is the Duke of Wellington, picture three is the reappearance of the battlefield, picture five is the scene before Napoleon's death. Picture 7 shows the medical equipment used by soldiers after being injured. The commentary stated that more than 40,000 soldiers were injured in the Battle of Waterloo. At that time, there was no anesthesia technique. To avoid infection, amputation was very painful and cruel.
Waterloo is located in Ontario, Canada, an hour’s drive from Toronto. It is a quiet and friendly city. The famous University of Waterloo is located here, and the university is also a good university. The famous BlackBerry company headquarters and many insurance company headquarters They are all located here.
The place is small, located in a large shopping mall area.