Not to be confused with the Château de la Tournelle.The hôtel des Tournelles was a now-demolished collection of buildings in Paris built from the 14th century onwards, north of what is now place des Vosges. It is named after its many 'tournelles' or little towers.It was long owned by the kings of France, though they did not often live there. Henry II of France died there in 1559 of wounds received in a joust.

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  • Not to be confused with the Château de la Tournelle.The hôtel des Tournelles was a now-demolished collection of buildings in Paris built from the 14th century onwards, north of what is now place des Vosges. It is named after its many 'tournelles' or little towers.It was long owned by the kings of France, though they did not often live there. Henry II of France died there in 1559 of wounds received in a joust. After his death, his widow Catherine de Médici abandoned the building (by then old-fashioned) and it was turned into a gunpowder magazine, then sold to finance the construction of a palace in the Italian style, which became known as the Tuileries. (en)
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  • Not to be confused with the Château de la Tournelle.The hôtel des Tournelles was a now-demolished collection of buildings in Paris built from the 14th century onwards, north of what is now place des Vosges. It is named after its many 'tournelles' or little towers.It was long owned by the kings of France, though they did not often live there. Henry II of France died there in 1559 of wounds received in a joust. (en)
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