During the Heritage Days in Toulouse, the silhouettes of curious visitors invade the courtyard of the Hôtel d’Assézat, a beautiful residence dating from the Renaissance. Its decoration is at the turn of the Renaissance and the beginning of the classical style as shown by the columns structuring the façade. Now a museum, it is unfortunately currently being refurbished.
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no open house then? bummer!
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True, it was disappointing, I’ll have to come back when the work is finished.