This is the city where in 1815 the Allied Anglo-Dutch Forces, under the command of the Duke of Wellington and the Prussions, led by Field-Marshall Blocher, put an end to Napoleon's dreams of Empire, turning a thick page of European History.
If climbing the Lion's mount you can see the perfectly preserved battlefield, where 300.000 men from 7 nations confronted one another.
It is a small town and everything reminds of the battle that Napoleon lost. There is a 360 dergee panoramic painting and a waxmuseum.
And in the parking lot, dont overlook the statue of the big little man himself.
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