The Chapelle Impériale Ajaccio Imperial Chapel is the ancestral hall and cemetery of the Bonaparte family. The architectural style is solemn and the interior is a bit gloomy. The chapel is next to the Fish Museum, and the treasures handed down by Italian art masters are accompanied by the fallen Bonaparte family cemetery, which is also a bit of comfort. Tickets are 1.5 euros for adults and half price for students. It is a 5-minute walk from the train station.
The entrance fee is 1.5 euros, it is worth coming here, next to the Fish Museum. The Imperial Chapel is a church built in the middle of the 19th century, this church is full of beauty, and later he became a large cemetery. It later became the cemetery of the Bonaparte family. It feels great to visit here.
) At the end of the 19th century, the German Emperor Wilhelm II ordered the construction of a church in Berlin to commemorate his grandfather, the first emperor of the German Empire, Wilhelm I, and named it "Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church".