Formerly the head office of the old town magistrates, the city hall is impressive, with its white marble columns all along ... More
Formerly the head office of the old town magistrates, the city hall is impressive, with its white marble columns all along the front. Today it houses the Capitole Theatre and the Town Hall. As you go through the Henri-IV courtyard you can admire the work of local 19th-century artists such as Jean-Paul Laurens or Henri Martin, while the Hall of Fame contains busts of Toulouse celebrities. The Square is surrounded by red-brick buildings and the ground is marked with the Toulouse Cross, a symbol of the town's historic past.
i hated everything.it was sooooooooo boring.there was nothing exiting either.nobody that went with me liked it either.they make you go everywhere.it 4 hours long and its like an old, stinky church.and again, I HATED IT!!!
This bar is situated in Place Saint Georges, one of Toulouse's older districts and one of the most elegant spots
in town. As you might have guessed from its name, the decor of the bar is styled on Van ...
In 1974, when the Capitole Theatre was closed for renovation, the famous Toulouse conductor, Michel Plasson, discovered this magnificent octagonal
hall, built in 1861 by the architect, Andre Denat. At that time it was used for sports' tournaments and ...
Built on a natural ford, the Bazacle has blocked the passage of the River Garonne since the 12th century. The
21 lords who were the old equivalent of customs officers received payments in the form of flour for allowing ...