Toulouse, seen from above.


Frédéric Scheiber / 20 Minutes

Of course, for many Toulousains, their city is the most beautiful in France (even in the world, the most enthusiastic will say).

The Capitol, the Saint-Sernin basilica, the Jacobins convent… The city of Claude Nougaro and Big Flo and Oli is full of splendid monuments, which the locals never tire of visiting, and which tourists acclaim.

Yet, in the midst of so many gems, there are bound to be buildings that are much less aesthetic.

Even urban warts.

20 Minutes

decided to ask its Internet users to name the worst architectural failures of Toulouse and its agglomeration.

We will then turn to an architect to decipher the selected building.

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