St. Nicolas Church

Toulouse, France

Saint Nicolas Church is located just outside the old city walls of Toulouse. The Tolosan style octagonal bell tower was rebuilt around 1300, copying those of Saint Sernin and Church of the Jacobins.



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Founded: 1300
Category: Religious sites in France
Historical period: Late Capetians (France)

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Rob (Bharat) Yates (9 months ago)
Beautiful church with south western gothic architecture and octagonal tower. It is located a short walk from the old Town in the saint cyprian area just to the west of the Garonne river and can be seen in the distance just over the bridge near hospice de la grave. At the time of visiting it was very peaceful and quiet, it is well worth a visit while in Toulouse.
Georges Younes (12 months ago)
Saint Nicolas Catholic Church in Toulouse is a beautiful small building that has a lot of history and charm. Keep in mind that the lighting inside is low and that natural light comes in through the high windows only. Your pictures might need more light to be clearer, but your visit will still be memorable.
Gursrover Kour (2 years ago)
I hope my journey is not ghost if any part of situation..AMEntt..
Emilie Roberts (4 years ago)
Discovered by accident but what a lovely surprise! Beautiful church with fascinating wall decorations and chandeliers. Definitely worth stopping in.
Valérie Toustou (5 years ago)
Tres belle restauration
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