Marie Antoinette: The Journey Setting & Symbolism

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Innsbruck

Where Antoinette's father, Stephen, dies after suffering a massive stroke.

The Church of the Augustine Friars

Where Antoinette is married by proxy to the French heir to the throne prior to beginning her trip to France.

Compiegne

Where Antoinette is handed over to the French.

Dauphin

The male heir to the French throne.

Dauphine

The female heir to the French throne.

Versailles

The French court where the king and queen reside.

The Grand Trianon

Where Louis's grandfather, the King of France, is hunting when he collapses and later dies.

Meudon

Where the young Dauphin is moved after his health continually deteriorates and where he later dies and is held in state.

The Palace at the Tuileries

Where Antoinette and Louis are held after they are captured.

Concierge

Where Antoinette is held after Louis's execution.

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