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La Conciergerie (built by Phillipe the Fair 1284-1314), Ile de la Cité, Pont au Change, Paris, France - In 1391, the Conciergerie became the first prison of Paris. During the French Revolution, nearly 3,000 people were imprisoned here and later transported to Concorde Square to be guillotined. Amongst those were Queen Marie-Antoinette executed by guillotine on Place de la Révolution on 16 October 1793.

La Conciergerie (built by Phillipe the Fair 1284-1314), Ile de la Cité, Paris, France - In 1391, the Conciergerie became the first prison of Paris. During the French Revolution, nearly 3,000 people were imprisoned here and later transported to Concorde Square to be guillotined. Amongst those were Queen Marie-Antoinette executed by guillotine on Place de la Révolution on 16 October 1793.

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