The Castle of Vincennes is a fortress in the town of Vincennes, east of Paris, France, built from the fourteenth century to the seventeenth century. It is the largest French royal castle, and the height of the tower, 50 meters, it is one of the highest plain fortresses in Europe.
The castle is not to be confused with Fort Vincennes neighbour.
The fortress is located near the capital, about 8 km from the Ile de la Cité. Unlike most castles, it is not located on a hill, a hill or on top of a cliff, but on a limestone plateau. It is not close to a river, just a small stream, the "ru de Montreuil", stream down tray Montreuil which fed the moats that the overflow would then go to Paris and threw in Lake Saint-Mande.
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