友谅大帝The cathedral in Toulouse is worth visiting, there are many ruins inside! very impressive! I just don't know how to reach the top of the tower! There is also a basement floor inside the church to visit! There are many small boxes inside! What do you want to be!
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猫猫在旅行Toulouse is the fourth largest city in France in the southwest of France. One of the characteristics of Toulouse's architecture is that its bricks are rose red, so it is also called the city of roses. Toulouse's aviation industry is very developed, and the headquarters of Airbus is in Toulouse. Those who like to study aircraft can visit here.
小思文Toulouse Space City is also more interesting. There are quite a lot of space facilities and unique experience projects. Space City can learn about some important aerospace knowledge, and it is also a play facility worth experiencing, Space City Space Also very big.
小思文The South Canal is also a very important transportation hub in this city. The canal here is also excavated based on natural things. The transportation projects are also very rich. It has been rarely used at present, and these places can also be viewed.
小思文The Turon River in Toulouse is a very important mother river here. The new bridge across the city is not very huge, but it was built in a relatively new age and can pass people and cars. It is also a very important part of the new city. Transportation hub.
噼里啪啦[Toulouse] In the big cities of France, there are not many good-looking ones. This is one. This place feels very gentle and elegant, and the old city is very large, and the overall area is not large or small. It feels very livable, probably because Haven’t been affected by Haussmanization. I don’t like all the cities that have been Haussmanization. They are too political, such as Paris, Lyon, and Montpellier.
The beautiful canal-side homes that line Nieuwe Keizersgracht in the evening.
Close to the botanical gardens, this is one of those amazing Amsterdam streets that is lined with nothing but grand canal houses.
And compared to other canals in the city, it’s fairly quiet here too. It’s also a place that is often overlooked by tourists.
Therefore, it’s a fantastic little spot to visit if you want to enjoy some alone time or take photos for the ‘gram without getting photobombed by tons of people.
Plus, you don’t have to fight for a picturesque spot here since this one of the few streets of Amsterdam that is nearly always empty.
Before you leave though, don’t forget to grab a cup of coffee from a local cafe and visit number 63. It’s here that you can bask in the beautiful flowering vines that bloom in the summer.
#holidayvacation Toulouse is the capital of the French department of Haute-Garonne and of the region of Occitanie. The city is on the banks of the River Garonne, 150 kilometres (93 miles) 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 479,553 inhabitants within its municipal boundaries (as of January 2017), and 1,360,829 inhabitants within its wider metropolitan area (also as of January 2017), after Paris, Lyon and Marseille, and ahead of Lille and Bordeaux.
Toulouse is the centre of the European aerospace industry, with the headquarters of Airbus (formerly EADS), the SPOT satellite system, ATR and the Aerospace Valley. It also hosts the European headquarters of Intel and CNES's Toulouse Space Centre (CST), the largest space centre in Europe. Thales Alenia Space, ATR, SAFRAN, Liebherr-Aerospace and Airbus Defence and Space also have a significant presence in Toulouse.