Today marks the start of the first edition of the European Destination Napoleon Week. Until May 9, it will be the occasion to commemorate the Bicentenary of the death of Napoleon.
This annual event will become the flagship initiative of the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities (FECN) and Destination Napoleon, a Cultural Route certified by the Council of Europe. The European Week will be an opportunity to give visibility to the activities and events of the more than 60 member cities and territories of the FECN, present in 13 countries, from Portugal to the Russian Federation.
Each year, a common theme will be proposed by the FECN's Scientific Committee, thus enabling the member cities to work together and facilitating the public's understanding of this multifaceted heritage.
Here is the program of this unique week with the details of each event in the section Events :