Oppressive nature of the French king
Love of the king
None of the above
Solution:In France, the Bastille symbolised the oppressive nature of the French king. Bastille was a fortress prison. Because it represented the French king's tyrannical powers, it was despised by everyone. People who disagreed with the king politically were held captive in the Bastille. It demonstrated the French king's tyrannical character. On July 14, 1789, a large group of people attacked the prison and freed the inmates. Bastille was destroyed, and the stone pieces were sold as market goods.