Who built the conciergerie?

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Philippe the Fair (1284-1314)

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Why was la conciergerie built?

It was built as a Palace for the King.

When was la conciergerie built?

early 14th century

Who built la conciergerie?

Philippe the Fair (1284-1314)

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Where is La Conciergerie in France?

la conciergerie is on the ile de la cité in the center of Paris, on the back of the sainte-chapelle. You see it best from the right bank of the Seine river.

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It was a palace for the Kings, which was turned into a prison and now is a tourist attraction.

What famous object can you see in the conciergerie in Paris?

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