There are a lot of bridges across the Seine in Paris. The Injured Infirmary Bridge is a relatively ordinary one, which is relatively close to the Grand Palace. I think there are some monuments in the Injured Infirmary around, but I haven't found any.More
The Wounded Hospital Bridge on the Seine is an arch bridge with a total length of 152 meters and a width of 18 meters. It was opened to traffic in 1855. The Bridge of the Invalides is a simple stone bridge. It is the lowest bridge across the Seine in the Paris area. As the name suggests, it leads to the Invalides.
Hotel des Invalides' gilded dome emanates majestically from the deep end of its vast esplanade lawns. Commissioned by Louis XIV in the 1670s as a respite for 4000 invalides (wounded or disabled war veterans) it stands as one of the most prestigious monuments in Paris and as a testament to Louis XIV and Napoléon – the latter's remains lie in the Tombeau de Napoléon [Napolean's Tomb]. Still functioning as a hospice for injured or disabled war veterans, its massive complex also houses the Musée de l'Armée, Musée des Plans Relief and Musée de l'Ordre de la Libération along with two churches.
Where they keep Napoleon’s Tomb. Pretty snazzy. Feels like all roads lead here so might as well go.