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Architecture civilian, Toulouse: 23 reviews and 29 photos

  Statuette of L'Homme Arme - Toulouse
by Klod5
 
 

Favorite thing: This statuette is to the angle of the Rue des Moulins, and of N° 18 of the Rue de l'Homme Arme (the Armed man), to which it to given the name.

This statuette, representing a bearded armed of a club, acted as sign to "the Savage's Inn", who always exists, holding, in 1476, by Peyronet Delfau.

Fondest memory: These streets, of which the facades of nearly all houses are in brick, some well renovated, permit to have a good idea of that that was the streets of Toulouse to the Middle Ages.

The Savage's Inn ("L'auberge du Sauvage"), always exists, but I never go to eat on this restaurant.

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  • Updated Mar 9, 2003
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