The cathedral of Toulouse is not the most impressive church in the city. (I'd recommend the Basilica of St Sernin and the Couvent des Jacobins much more highly.) It was started and then restarted on a different axis - I think that they intended to demolish what had previously been built. The exterior result is startling from the front and the interior is unsettling as the heights and axes of the two parts do not match or blend. If you are nearby it is worth seeing, but don't miss more interesting churches for it.
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