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The Château de Vincennes was built between the 14th and 17th centuries. It is the most extensive French royal castle still in existence and is located just east of the Paris city center. When it was abandoned by the kings of France, the dungeon became a prison. Among those kept there were famous philosophers Diderot and Voltaire, author Marquis de Sade imprisoned for his erotic novels, and politicians Nicolas Fouquet and Mirabeau.
The Square Carnot was created ​​after the development of the Carnot area, large cavalry barracks situated opposite the Chateau de Vincennes in 1889.
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