Located in the Bishop's former palace, it is a grand yet rather forbidding building. The view of the Bishop's garden (which you can see free at close quarters from the surrounding terrace) and the river and the old bridges are not to be missed. The Toulouse Lautrec collection is largely comprised of works saved by his mother and given to the city after his premature death in 1901. It covers the whole period of his painting life and many iconic works are in the permanent collection.
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