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Like most of The Languedoc or Occitanie this convent is a melange of styles and periods. From the early days when St Dominic the friar redponsible for influencing the Albigensian crusade and ultimate demise of the Cathars dedicated the building in the 14th century to...More
The church itself is cavernous, built of brick like most buildings in Toulouse, but is fascinating for its double aisled plan with a central row of large circular stone columns running down its length. The resultant fan vaulting is impressive in its arrangement, especially at...More
While there are internal gardens to see, at a cost, the main church is free to enter and worth doing. The church is huge and while it was stripped after the French Revolution, there is still plenty to see and understand. Certainly worth putting aside...More
Seriously not many historical sites in Toulouse especially when you do a lot of touring in Loire valley .we found that church by coincidence and was lovely to go inside and light up some candles only to see a lady running inside in panic mode...More