Vincennes

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Vin·cennes

 (văN-sĕn′)
A city of north-central France east of Paris. Its 14th-century castle was once a royal residence and later a state prison.

Vincennes

(French vɛ̃sɛn; English vɪnˈsɛnz)
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(Placename) a suburb of E Paris: 14th-century castle. Pop: 47 845 (2006)
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1422: King Henry V of England died in Vincennes, France, struck down with dysentery.
1969: NATIONAL DAYS OF TRINIDAD, TOBAGO AND MALAYSIA 1422: King Henry V of England died in Vincennes, France, struck down with dysentery.
1422: King Henry V of England died in n Vincennes, France, struck down with dysentery.