A historical building in the 13th century. Free tickets are provided when you go. It is well preserved and the craftsmanship is also very strong. This monastery is really worth visiting, and there are many gadgets that are also very important to visit Of the landscape.
The third Saturday and Sunday in September every year is European Museum Day. Tickets are free. This time I go to just in time, and the tickets are free. In the 13th century ancient monastery, the 7 pillars in the church are beautifully illuminated by sunlight through the glass windows.
The monastery of the Jacobin Church is a gem of medieval art. It retains a unique church whose nave ends with a "palm tree". The austere exterior of the church, the lightness of its vaults and the luminosity of the interior are surprising. It draws on the complex vaults and tall windows of Gothic art. However, like many churches in the south, it retains a simple plan, with high walls supported by buttresses, limited to the decoration of fake stones, and almost no sculptures. It is constructed entirely of bricks. The octagonal bell tower is a model of the so-called "southern" Gothic style. The Jacobin monastery was built in just one century, between 1230 and 1350, and was later expanded.
Not far from the Municipal Palace, within a 10-minute walk, it has a majestic appearance, exquisite internal structure, and super high stained glass. No tickets are required. When you enter the door, you will be signaled to open the package for inspection. Surrounded by buildings and streets, it is difficult to take a panoramic view.