Capitole

Interesting
It owes its name to the "capitouls" -public magistrates - who governed the city of Toulouse. The Town Hall, which was completed in 1759, has a magnificent 128 m long facade. Inside, it is decorated with frescos, busts and works of history from painters of the 19C. The Duke of Montmorency, governor of the Languedoc, was executed in this courtyard in 1632, under the orders of Louis XIII, for rebelling against the king.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Place du Capitole

Phone:

+33 5 61 22 29 22

Nearby tourist attractions

Place du Capitole
Place du Capitole
This huge square, bordered by the
15 minutes
Keep
Keep
This keep, restored by Viollet-le-Duc,
30 minutes
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
The facade of the old church of Saint
15 minutes
Rue St-Rome
Rue St-Rome
Lined with beautiful buildings (the
15 minutes
Rue du Taur
Rue du Taur
This lively street, lined with book
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Pierre-Seguy Tower
Pierre-Seguy Tower
Enter the courtyard at n° 4 to view this
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Place du Capitole
Place du Capitole
This huge square, bordered by the
15 minutes
Keep
Keep
This keep, restored by Viollet-le-Duc,
30 minutes
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
The facade of the old church of Saint
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Keep
Keep
This keep, restored by Viollet-le-Duc,
30 minutes
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
Church of N.-D.-du-Taur
The facade of the old church of Saint
15 minutes
Museum of Old Toulouse
Museum of Old Toulouse
The handsome Hôtel Dumay, in pink brick
60 minutes
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