We walked past here by chance as our guide book did not mention it. However, I was very pleased I'd popped in. The frescoes and sculpted ceiling in this otherwise empty church are, I think, eighteenth century but very attractive. It is very near the main Basilique St Sernin and offers a completely different experience. I think it is well worth seeing. An image is here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Toulouse_-_Chapelle_des_Carm%C3%A9lites_-_3.jpg
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