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On the 20th of June in 1789, the National Assembly arrived at the palace of Versailles to find themselves locked out of their usual meeting hall.
While being locked out of the palace, the National Convention decided, if they couldn't meet in their usual hall the would create a new place to meet, on a tennis court.
And so the National Assembly swore they would meet here, day after day, until a new form of government was placed. This event eventually became well known everywhere as the Tennis Court Oath.
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