Palais de Justice, The Sainte Chapelle and the Conciergerie.
In the Palais de Justice one should visit the Sainte-Chapelle; this
fine gothic chapel, with is stainedglass windows, is all that is left
of the Xlllth century Palace built by Saint-Louis, in the Conciergerie
three superb gothic rooms, built by Philippe le Bel in the XlVth century,
Famous people were held in the Conciergerie during the Terror, among
whom Marie-Antoinette, Mme Elizabeth (Louis XVl's sister), Mme Récamier,
Mme Roland, Charlotte Corday, Mme du Barry, André Chénier,
Général Hoche, and Philippe Egalité. Visit is possible
On the corner, by the quai, stands the Tour de l'Horloge (the Clock
Tower) erected under Jean le Bon (1350) with the Clock by Germain Pilon(1585).