Eglise Saint Aubin, Toulouse

A mid-19th-century Roman Catholic Church.

In 1844, architect Jean-Marie-Thérèse-Auguste Delor won an architectural competition to design the new church with his mishmash of gothic, byzantine, and romanesque styles. Unfortunately, there was not enough money to finish so the design had to be simplified.

Standing outside, you can see that there’s no bell tower but there’s still a lot to admire. Gaze up at the sweeping arches and rose windows and then marvel at the decorated columns inside.

Didier Descouens/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 4.0
Didier Descouens/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 4.0

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