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The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon Sights

Hôtel de Bernuy

Updated 04/08/2014

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Now part of a school, this mansion, around the corner from the Ensemble Conventuel des Jacobins, was built for Jean de Bernuy in the 16th century, the period when Toulouse was at its most prosperous. De Bernuy made his fortune exporting woad, the dark-blue dye that brought unprecedented wealth to the city; his success is reflected in the use of stone (a costly material in this region of brick) and by the octagonal stair tower. You may wander freely around the courtyard

or visit it on one of the themed city tours (€7.50-€9.50) offered at various times daily by the tourist office.

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Address:

Rue Gambetta, Toulouse, 31000, France

Updated 04/08/2014

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