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famous battlefield where Napoleon Bonaparte was finally conquered.
While the massive Lion Mount has been scraped from Wellington's
defensive ridge, the battlefield and its major strongpoints are
La Haye Sainte and La Belle Alliance are easily found. Hougoumont
has areas open to visitors - including the courtyard, ruined chapel
and the garden - as does La Haye Sainte. There are museums at the
battlefield and you can visit Wellington's headquarters in Waterloo
km (11 miles) south of Brussels. 20 minute drive.
battlefield where a defeat at the hands of the British severely
damaged Bonaparte's chances at Waterloo two days later.
fought-for crossroads are easy to find, as is the farm stronghold
km (31 miles) south of Brussels. 35 minute drive.
the same day as Waterloo a French force defeated Prussian troops
at Wavre. The town has grown considerably and finding major historical
landmarks is difficult.
km (19 miles) south-east of Brussels. 20 minute drive.
site of Napoleon Bonaparte's last victory of his illustrious career.
Ligny has grown only slightly since the battle, but locating key
areas is not easy.
km (32 miles) south-east of Brussels. 42 minute drive.
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