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The Capitole

The history of this symbolic place of Toulouse starts in 1190: Capitouls, who managed the city until 1790, decide to build it in order to house the local government.
Over centuries, it was extended, transformed and embellished. Its current facade dates back to 1760 and was designed by the architect Georges Cammas : the 8 pink marble columns symbolize the first Capitouls.
Now the building houses the City Hall : don’t hesitate to go inside to enjoy the magnificent staterooms, especially the Salle des Illustres where marriages are celebrated and admire paints classified as "Historic Monuments".
The south part of the building houses the Capitole Theater, real " house of the opera ", you can admire numerous ballets or operas.

The Capitole Donjon or Archives Tower, behind the main building, sheltered gunpowder or city archives in the past. Now you can find Tourism Office

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The Saint-Sernin basilica

Built in the 11th century in memory of Saturnin, first bishop and martyr of Toulouse, the basilica Saint-Sernin is the largest Norman church of the West. "Let yourself be dazzled by the inrivalled vision offered by the head of the church Saint-Sernin in the rising sun ", wrote Father Jean Rocacher in his book Saint-Sernin (Zodiac Editions, 1990). Stage on the St James’ Way and registered on the Unesco World Heritage, you never get tired to gaze at the basilica and enjoy the plenitude of the place. Then you can begin a journey, a thousand years back in time…

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The Jacobins Convent

The Jacobins Convent is a real pearl of the medieval art. Built in less than one century between 1230 and 1350, its octagonal bell tower is a wonderful model of the "Southern" Gothic style. _St Thomas d’Aquin’s relics are in the church and you can’t miss its famous "palm tree" of the Jacobins and its 22 veins wich hold the choir of the church.

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Augustins Museum - Convent:

Former convent built in the Middle Ages which sheltered the hermits of St Augustin, it’s also a beautiful example of Southern Gothic architecture. After the French revolution, it becomes a museum and shelters the Museum of the Fine Arts of Toulouse today.
You’ll find an impressive collection of paintings and sculptures.

"Abattoir" Museum of Modern and Contemporary Arts:

Located in the St Cyprien district on the former site of the slaughterhouse, the Museum of 4000m2 was opened in 2000 by the City Hall of Toulouse. It offers a wide spectrum of activities : museum, multimedia library, educational and cultural actions for young audience…
The permanent collection consists of 3 400 works and 950 artists from the second part of the 20th century to the beginning of the 21st century.
You can also discover temporary exhibitions.

Old Toulouse Museum:

Discover Toulouse history from Antiquity to 20th century through its wonderful collection of items amassed by the local organisation "Les Toulousains de Toulouse".
Open from April to November -

Bemberg Fondation - Hôtel d’Assézat:

The name of "Hôtel d’Assézat" come from Pierre d’Assézat, a rich business man who made a fortune with the Pastel. You are free to admire its magnificent courtyard with the typical architecture from Toulouse.
The hotel was completely renovated and reorganized to receive, in 1995, the huge collection of Georges Bemberg (1100 works and art objects)

The house of the Violet:

Symbolic flower of Toulouse, the house of the Violet, situated on a barge near the train station Matabiau, invites you to share its passion and presents you the flower in every shape and form.

Chambres d'hotes Toulouse

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