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Worth a visit for the Courtyard Alone

Like most of The Languedoc or Occitanie this convent is a melange of styles and periods. From the... read more

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Great!

Very beautiful A place to go! Atmosphere music and beautiful architecture Free entrance I will... read more

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Reviewed 1 December 2017

We walked around Toulouse and the walked down to the canal, this church was on the way . It was interesting to have a look inside as well as the outside . Entry was free and it was not over crowded on a Sunday afternoon in November

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Reviewed 5 November 2017

A beautiful building in a beautiful city. Definitely worth taking a detour to see it. I wish I could have stayed longer.

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

This deconsecrated Roman Catholic church was one of my favourite places on our recent tour. It features fabulous Gothic architecture, and, notably, a single row of pillars resulting in a stunning ceiling. The tomb of Saint Thomas Aquinas is here.

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Reviewed 26 October 2017

We visited the cathedral and cloisters while in Toulouse. The light shining through the windows onto the brick columns was otherworldly. The cloisters were calm and peaceful. The different areas around the complex were labeled in French, English and Spanish. They explained the history of the cloistered and the priests there. We were surprised to learn that Thomas Aquinas is buried there.

Thank Lux2
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

Another interesting former church to visit in Toulouse, but I felt that the restoration was too severe - not enough conservation with very heavy repointing. There was an interesting contemporary art exhibition in the chapter house and cloister.

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