What is Toulouse?

  • (noun): A city on the Garonne River in southern France southeast of Bordeaux; a cultural center of medieval Europe.


Coordinates: 43°36′16″N 1°26′38″E / 43.6045°N 1.444°E / 43.6045; 1.444

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County Of Melgueil
... that year Ermessenda married the future Raymond VI of Toulouse and by her will of 1176 the county was to go to Toulouse ... The county fell to the Toulouse in 1190 and was annexed to the French crown in 1213, during the Albigensian Crusade ...
Siege Of Toulouse (1217–1218)
... A Siege of Toulouse occurred from October 1217 to June 1218 during Albigensian Crusade ... Simon first besieged Toulouse in 1211, but failed to take it ... city and proclaimed himself Count of Toulouse, but while he was elsewhere, on 12 September 1217, the legitimate claimaint, Raymond VI, retook the city without a ...
Toulouse - International Relations - Twin Towns and Sister Cities
... Toulouse is twinned with Atlanta, United States Tripoli, Lebanon Bologna, Italy Bristol, United Kingdom Chongqing, China Elche, Spain Kiev, Ukraine Tel Aviv, Israel Rosario ...
L'Union - Transport
... (Route d'Albi) road runs through the town in a south-west direction towards Toulouse and north-east to Albi, roughly 75 kilometres away ... The A68 motorway (Toulouse-Albi) and the Périphérique bypass the south of L'Union, served by Junctions 1 and 14 respectively ... In a clockwise order, L'Union is bordered by Toulouse, Saint-Jean, Montrabé, Gramont and Borderouge ...