You feel the magnetic attraction as soon as you spy the soaring spire and unusual octagonal tower from a distance. This is an extraordinary edifice,beautifully preserved and presented. Nothing,but the best,for the Counts of Toulouse,whose tombs are finely exhibited.
Walk inside,through the nave and your entire attention is drawn to the delicate pillars that shield the tomb of St. Sernin ,beneath alovely canopy. This is gob-smackin awesome.
The majestic flow includes the delicate carvings along the walls,astounds the senses.
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