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1. Los Pès del parpalhòl
Jessica Stockholder is a Canadian-American artist known for site-specific installation works and sculptures that are often described as "paintings in space." She came to prominence in the early 1990s with monumental works that challenged boundaries between artwork and display environment as well as between pictorial and physical experience. Her art often presents a "barrage" of bold colors, textures and everyday objects, incorporating floors, walls and ceilings and sometimes spilling out of exhibition sites. Critics suggest that her work is informed by diverse artistic traditions, including abstract expressionism, color field painting, minimalism and Pop art. Since her early career, they have noted in her work an openness to spontaneity, accident and marginality and a rejection of permanency, monetization and disciplinary conventions that Stephen Westfall characterized as an "almost shocking sense of freedom."
2. Pont Neuf de la Daurade
The Daurade Bridge is an ancient bridge that spans the Garonne River and is located downstream of the Neuf Bridge in Toulouse. It connects the St. Cyprus suburb on the left bank of the river with the Abbey of Daoulad and the church of the same name on the right bank of the river. This is the second masonry bridge on the Garonne River in Toulouse after the aqueduct bridge built in Gallic-Roman times in the 1st century. It was built in the second half of the 12th century and was made of stone and brick, but frequent flooding led municipalities to gradually replace brick vaults with wooden aprons as they washed away. The bridge was covered in 1480, so it was named Covered Bridge.
3. Pont Neuf
The Pont-Neuf spans the Garonne, and connects Place du Pont-Neuf to rue de la République in Toulouse. Despite its name, it is the oldest bridge in the still standing city that spans the Garonne, the others having been swept away by the floods of the river. The Tounis bridge is earlier but it was used to connect the old island of Tounis to the right bank. The Pont-Neuf formerly led to the entrance to the city, symbolized by a triumphal arch built by Jules Hardouin-Mansart. If the arc was destroyed in 1860, the bridge was still borrowed by vehicles and pedestrians.
4. Office de Tourisme
Toulouse is the prefecture of the French department of Haute-Garonne and of the larger region of Occitania. The city is on the banks of the River Garonne, 150 kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea, 230 km (143 mi) from the Atlantic Ocean and 680 km (420 mi) from Paris. It is the fourth-largest city in France, with 493,465 inhabitants within its municipal boundaries, after Paris, Marseille and Lyon, ahead of Nice; it has a population of 1,454,158 within its wider metropolitan area, the fifth-largest in France, after Paris, Lyon, Marseille, and Lille.
5. Château d'eau Charles Laganne
The water tower is a brick tower located at the junction of the Dillon course and the Pont-Neuf, in Toulouse. As its name suggests the building was initially used for the distribution of water in the center of the city but was not strictly speaking a water tower since it did not include a storage reservoir. He was converted in 1974 into an exhibition space devoted to photography and is now a place very appreciated by Toulouse, at the same time as a high place of culture.
6. Musée Saint-Raymond
The Saint-Raymond Museum, Toulouse Archeology Museum, or more simply Museum Saint-Raymond, formerly Museum of Ancients, is the Toulouse Archaeological Museum opened in 1892. It was installed in the walls of the old academic college Raymond dating from the 16th century which is close with the Saint-Sernin basilica. It retains and presents archaeological collections of protohistory to the high Middle Ages, mainly Celtic, Roman and Paleochrétienne periods.
7. Auditorium Saint-Pierre des Cuisines
The Saint-Pierre-des-Cuisines church, located rue de la Boule, next to Saint-Pierre Place in Toulouse, is the oldest church in the southwest of France. It is built on an ancient Gallo-Roman necropolis of the 4th century. It has been classified as a historic monument since 1977 and placed under the responsibility of the Saint-Raymond Museum in Toulouse. Today, it is home to a 400 -seat auditorium for the Toulouse regional radiation conservatory.
8. Église Notre-Dame de la Dalbade
The Notre-Dame de la Dalbade church is located on rue de la Dalbade in the Carmes district of Toulouse. It should not be confused with the Daurade basilica on the quay of the same name. Its current name comes from the old church which preceded it and which was covered with a white coating, giving it the name of Santa Maria Dealbata. The current building, quite austere from the outside, is typical of southern Gothic architecture.
9. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Renaissance Church founded in New York State in 1830. She considers herself an apocalyptic religion. Its global headquarters is in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the fourth largest Christian denomination in the United States, with 6.16 million members. Globally, in 2021, it claimed to have more than 16 million members, known as "Latter-day Saints," often referred to as Mormons.
10. Église Saint-Jérôme
St Jerome Sanctuary Church is located in Lieutenant Colonel Street, Pelicier, and is a church built by the Royal Confessors Association of Toulouse. It was built in the 17th century by architect Pierre Levesville under France's first King Louis XIII, a member of the Brotherhood. The confessors of Blus asked Toulouse's finest artists to decorate their chapel, which did not suffer much because of the French Revolution.
11. Église Notre-Dame-du-Taur
Notre-Dame du Taur is a Roman Catholic church located in Toulouse, France. According to legend, the edifice was built on the exact spot where the body of Saint Saturnin (Sernin), patron saint of Toulouse, became detached from the bull that dragged the martyr to his death. The church stands in the rue du Taur between the Capitole and the Basilica of St. Sernin. It has been classified as a historic monument since 1840.
12. Basilique Saint-Sernin
The Saint-Sernin basilica is the most important Catholic religious building in Toulouse, chief town of the Occitanie region, in the south of France. It is at the heart of the place of the same name, in sector 1 of the city. It is one of the largest romantic churches preserved in Europe, with the cathedral of Spire, in Germany, and the cathedral of Saint-Jacques-de-Compostela, in Spain.
13. Chapelle Notre-Dame du Férétra
Saint-Roch-du-F é r é tra Chapel is a chapel in Saint-Roch Square, a 10-minute drive from downtown Toulouse, in a popular area close to the HLM building. It is now known as the Chapel of Notre Dame de Ferretra. It is still assigned to Catholic worship: according to the 1962 Roman Mass, it celebrates Mass daily in Latin. It relies on the sorority of priests of St. Pius X.
The Palaprat synagogue is the oldest synagogue in Toulouse. Located at 2 rue Palaprat, at the intersection with the rue de la Colombette, it is still active but is no longer the main synagogue of Toulouse since the opening of the Grande Synagogue Hekhal David, located at Place Pierre-Paul Riquet in The Jewish community center space of Judaism.
15. Musée des Augustins
The Musée des Augustins de Toulouse is a fine arts museum in Toulouse, France which conserves a collection of sculpture and paintings from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century. The paintings are from throughout France, the sculptures representing Occitan culture of the region with a particularly rich assemblage of Romanesque sculpture.
16. Les Quatre Acrobates
Joseph Fernand Henri Léger was a French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker. In his early works he created a personal form of cubism which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art.
17. Musée du Vieux-Toulouse
The objects on display at the Old Toulouse Museum evoke the history of the city of Toulouse, from ancient times to the 20th century. Since 1948, the museum has been located at the Dume Hotel on Dume Street, in the historic downtown area. It is the property of Toulouse and Old Toulouse Friends Association.
18. Hôtel des chevaliers de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem
Toulouse Hospital Abbey, also known as St. Jean's Knight Hotel or St. Jean's Hotel in Jerusalem, sometimes known as Malta Hotel, is a private mansion at 32 Dalbade Street in Toulouse's historic center. It is a special collection of late Renaissance and Baroque architecture in Toulouse.
19. Ruines de l'église des Cordeliers
Toulouse Cordeliers Church is the former church of Toulouse Cordeliers Monastery. It was closed after a fire in 1798 and then occupied by the military until it was destroyed by another fire in 1871. The ruins of this church have been listed as historical sites since 1862.
20. Hôtel Pierre Comère
The Pierre Comßre Hotel is a private mansion located between 3 St. Rome Street and 9 Tripier Street in the historic center of Toulouse. Built between 1616 and 1617, it was built by merchants Pierre Comel and Capitur and expanded by architect Claude Pacot in 1626.
21. Salle capitulaire
22. Chapelle Saint-Jean-Baptiste
23. Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Toulouse
Toulouse Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in the city of Toulouse, France. The cathedral is a national monument, and is the seat of the Archbishop of Toulouse. It has been listed since 1862 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
24. Place Saint-Pierre
Place Saint-Pierre is a place located in the heart of downtown Toulouse, in France. It is at the limit of the Capitole districts, in the south, and Arnaud-Bernard, to the north, both in sector 1 of the city. It belongs to the safeguarded sector of Toulouse.
25. Basilique Notre-Dame de la Daurade
Notre-Dame de la Daurade is a basilica in Toulouse, France. It was established in 410 when Emperor Honorius allowed the conversion of pagan temples to Christianity. The original building of Notre-Dame de la Daurade was a temple dedicated to Apollo.
26. Héraklès archer
Heraklßs Archer is a sculpture of Antoine Bourdelle, located in Heraklßs Square in Haute-Garonne Province, Toulouse, at the intersection of Lascrosses Avenue, All é e de Barcelona and Paul S é joor é Avenue, near the Brienne Canal.
27. Les Abattoirs
28. Cité de l'Espace
29. Square du Général de Gaulle
Charles de Gaulle Square is a square in Toulouse, with Toulouse Parliament Building/Ernest Roska Street in the west, Lafayette Street in the north, Alsace-Lorraine Street in the east and Oil Street in the south.
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