Vincennes Castle is an enormous royal fortress with a history that dates back to the 14th and 17th centuries and is located in the town of Vincennes near the east Paris. It was built for King Louis VII but was damaged during World War II and restored later. In the 18th century, the castle was left and neglected but served as a porcelain manufactory but then it became a prison and in 1796 AD, it turned into an arsenal filled with rifles, guns, bullets, cannonballs and more. Currently, it is the main base of the French Defence Historical Service and the donjon has become a museum for historical monuments. The castle is one of the most visited historical attractions in Paris and is a symbol for the modern French country.