Hauts-de-Seine

Rueil-Malmaison

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Rueil-Malmaison
The Essential
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Rueil, once called by the old name of « Ruel », is well known as the site of the residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine who spent some happy times here. They were married in 1796 and acquired the 260ha estate of Malmaison in 1799 where no expense was spared to satisfy Josephine's whims. It is also a reminder of the sad divorce of the couple and the death of Josephine on 29 May 1814.

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Château de Malmaison
Château de Malmaison
Built around 1622, this was Napoleon's
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Musée National du Château de Malmaison
Musée National du Château de Malmaison
The Château de Malmaison, the sumptuous
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Château de Bois-Préau
Château de Bois-Préau
Bought by the Empress Josephine in 1810,
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Forêt de la Malmaison
Forêt de la Malmaison
In this attractive, 200ha forest of oaks
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Local History Museum of Rueil-Malmaison
Local History Museum of Rueil-Malmaison
Located in the former town hall, the
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Château de Malmaison Pavilions
Château de Malmaison Pavilions
Mr. Osiris was the owner of the Pavillon