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Toulouse (pronounced in French [tuˈluz]; in Occitan and traditionally in Spanish: Tolosa, and also named as Ciutat Mondina, in Occitan, in reference to the dynasty of the counts of the city called Raymond mostly [6 ]) Is a city in southern France, capital of the department of Upper Garonne and the Occitania region, as well as the historical capital of the Languedoc province. With 458 298 rooms in 2013 it is the fourth most populous in the country, behind Paris, Marseille and Lyon.
Its urban area, with 1,312,330 inhabitants, is also the fourth largest in France and the first in population growth. It is crossed by the river Garonne (in French: Garonne) and in its urban area (Port de l'Embouchure) there is the confluence of the Midi, Brienne and lateral channels of the Garonne. It is located to the southwest of the country, between the Mediterranean (Gruissan) and the Atlantic Ocean (Capbreton), 90 km from the Spanish Pyrenees.
He receives the nickname of Ciudad Rosa for the dominant color in the old buildings, made with caravista bricks. Its average altitude is 141 meters, the relief is not very rugged.
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The district of Toulouse is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of Upper Garonne (in French Haute-Garonne), of the Occitania region. It has 31 cantons and 226 communes.
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Basilica of the Dorada of Toulouse
The church of La Dorada (in French language Notre-Dame de la Daurade or Sainte-Marie de la Daurade) is a Catholic basilica in the French city of Toulouse (department of Upper Garonne). It is located on the east bank of the Garonne river next to the Bellas Artes building and the La Dorada pier.
It is a relatively modern building built between 1764 and 1883 to replace the old Romanesque church that threatened to ruin. However, the place it occupies was dedicated to worship since Roman times and before hosting the first Christian church was a temple dedicated to Apollo. In fact the basilica shelters one of the oldest Christian relics in the city, the Vierge Noire.
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Toulouse Capitol Theater
The Capitol Theater (Théâtre du Capitole in French) is an opera house located inside the Capitol building in the French town of Toulouse (Upper Garonne). It was inaugurated on October 1, 1818 and currently has a capacity of 1150 seats.
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The Augustinian Museum is a museum of Fine Arts located in the former Augustinian convent of Toulouse, in France, which houses the best stages in the history of art, painting and sculpture, from the early Christian period to the early years of the century XX.
Around the cloister, where the gardens of the medieval era have been reconstituted, the old rooms of the monastic life are deployed and in particular the church. Opened to the public in 1793 by decree of the Convention very shortly after the Louvre, which makes it one of the oldest museums in France after the Central Museum in Paris, initially welcomed the «Muséum Provisoire du Midi de la République »and the School of Fine Arts. The collection is constituted mainly from state deposits. In the early nineteenth century several spaces were destroyed, especially the refectory; instead, Eugène Viollet-le-Duc built an impressive staircase and exhibition halls, between 1873 and 1901.
In an aesthetic as well as historical concern, a set of Gothic sculptures is exhibited in the Gothic rooms found on the cloister. Religious paintings from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century (Pietro Perugino, Rubens) are found in the church with exemplary sobriety, together with an organ built by Jürgen Ahrend in 1981, as a complement to the rich organizational heritage of Toulouse.
In the most recent wing, built in 1888, the ground floor exposes a unique background, a true panorama of the evolution of Romanesque sculpture. The monumental staircase of this wing, bordered by 19th-century sculptures, leads to the first-floor halls, where several sculptures (Rueden, Falguière, Camille Claudel) meet and especially the works of the different schools of Tolosan painting (Chalette, Tournier), French (Valenciennes, Eugène Delacroix, Corot), Italian, Flemish and Dutch from the 17th to the 20th century (Guido Reni, Guardi).