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

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Reviewed 15 December 2017

I didn't know that the tomb of Saint Thomas Aquinas was in this impressive church, so I was happy to find it out once there. Also, the cloister is really nice (you must pay 4 euros to go there, while the visit to the church is free), and the building is amazing from an architectural point of view. Certainly worth a visit!

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Reviewed 14 December 2017

Close to one of the busiest place in Toulouse you can visit this wonderful church and cloister. dating back to the XIVth century.
Inside the church seven columns hold up vaults; one of these columns is more famous than the others as the vault has 22 ribs and is laid out like a palm tree.
In September each year there is a piano festival in the cloister with amazing acoustics.
I was born in Toulouse and I have always lived there and it is my favorite place in the pink city.

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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Toulouse is full of ancient architecture and medieval heritage but this monastery shines like a diamond even between all pearls on the crown of the town. Bright and dynamic Mauritanian style of the Western Mediterranean mixed up with reflection and religios fear of middle ages that shows you in real the life of Jacobins, full of thoughts, overcomings and humility but bright and happy to serve and commit on the other hand.
Truly inspiring and full of catharsis

Thank Vladlen P
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Reviewed 4 December 2017

This church was part of the monastery and therefore is divided into two with columns to separate the monks from the public. It is only used for one service each year now and that is a mass in late November. It was wonderful to hear the room filled with the sound of singing and see the patterns the sunlight made through the stained glass on the walls. A really special visit.

Thank Faburt
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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

Thank heather w
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