Discovering Toulouse

Façonnage : Broché | Auteur(s) : Quitterie Et Daniel Cazes

120 photos and a text that focuses on the essentials for anybody wanting to find out more about Toulouse, its history, its districts, its churches and its ambiance. Toulouse has always been the gateway to Southern France and its geographical position, climate and culture take visitors into a world that is decidedly Mediterranean. If you step beyond the image of Toulouse as the « Pink City », you’ll find it is « Palladian » in its love of the Arts, « holy » with its dozens of churches, and a major commercial and agricultural centre. From St. Sernin’s to the Dominican monastery, from Les Augustins museum and art gallery to St. Stephen’s cathedral, from the (central) square flanked by the Capitole to La Grave hospice and from the Assézat Mansion to the Fermat high school, brick has reigned supreme in Toulouse for more than two thousand years, as is obvious from its historic monuments.

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  • Format 19 x 23 cm
  • Façonnage Broché
  • Pagination 80 p.
  • ISBN 9782879017990
  • Collection Éditions Sud Ouest


  • Quitterie Cazes is a medieval art history lecturer at Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne university. Daniel Cazes is the curator-in-chief of Toulouse art gallery of antiques called Saint-Raymond. They are both coming from Toulouse and are members of Southern France Archaeological Society.

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