TOULOUSE (in english, please)

On Tuesday, we visited the Jacobins Monastery.
It was built during the 13th and 14th centuries. The Jacobins Monastery is an old convent. The architecture’s style of the convent is southern gothic. In the church, there were two naves made out of colorful rocks. The Monastery had a beautiful and original cloister. That garden was beautifully organized and symmetrical. The students of Racine and Marguerite de Navarre visited that huge and outstanding monument.
Alice, Charlène, Laurine, Mathilde and Théotime.