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Tucked away on a side street near the Corsican home where Napoleon Bonaparte was born, a minimuseum invites young minds to relive the French emperor's story – through scenes built from hundreds of Playmobil figurines.Giving guided tours, Pierrot sharpens his visitors' curiosity with little-known anecdotes while sketching out the events that changed the course of history.Pierrot also has another trick to keep visitors on their toes.When Robert Dabrowski, originally from Poland but living in Britain, visited with his wife and children, Pierrot gave his 20-minute tour in English.Entry to the museum, which opened in 2016, is 3 euros ($3.47) for visitors 10 and older.
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