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Albi, the red town

Cathedral of Sainte Cécile : This powerful and monumental structure is the largest brick building in the world. A Southern gothic masterpiece, there is a striking contrast between the defensive architecture of the exterior and the sumptuousness and extravagance of the interior.

Palais de la Berbie : This imposing fortress was completed at the end of the thirteenth century and offers a glimpse of times and spiritual outlook of the Bishops of Albi.

Toulouse Lautrec Museum : The former Episcopal place, built in the thirteenth century, provides an unusual setting for the paintings of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, a native of Albi.

Lapérouse Museum : Jean-François Galaup de Lapérouse, a famous explorer, born into a noble family from Albi.

Office de Tourisme d’Albi : 05 63 49 48 80 Site internet : www.albi-tourisme.fr
La Cité Episcopale d’Albi :www.cite-episcopale-albi.fr/

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« Albi doit à la brique sa chaude lumière pour éclairer toujours son passé » Citation de J. Lautier 1968.
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