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Conciergerie

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"The Conciergerie is a former courthouse and prison in Paris. It was originally part of the former royal palace, Palais de la Cité. During the French Revolution, 2780 prisoners, including Marie-Antoinette, were imprisoned and sentenced at the Conciergerie, then sent to be executed by guillotine. It is now a national monument and museum. Address: 2 Bd du Palais, 75001 Paris, France Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 9:30-18:00 Ticket price: 11,5€ Getting there: LINE 11 Métro station Châtelet LINE 4 Métro station Cité "
"Royal residence and symbol of monarchical power, between the 10th and 14th centuries, in 1392 the Conciergerie building became one of the harshest prisons of the time, from which very few still emerged alive. Along the way you can see the reconstruction of the cell in which Marie Antoinette was imprisoned. 👣How to get there: reachable on foot from Sainte Chapelle (150m, 2min). Metro stop: Cité ,Line 4. 🎟️Ticket cost:full price 11,50€, free entry for under 12 or with Paris Pass."
"La Conciergerie is a historic palace turned prison located on the Île de la Cité in Paris. It is famous for its role during the French Revolution and as the place where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Visitors can explore its medieval halls, the Marie Antoinette exhibit, and the reconstructed prison cells. Ticket prices: - Adults: €10 - Free admission for visitors under 18 (with family) - The Paris Museum Pass grants access to La Conciergerie"

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