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On 28 December 1984, the railway station was classified as monument historique.[2] The architect of the 1898 station was Victor Laloux, with four allegorical limestone statues of cities by Jean Antoine Injalbert (Bordeaux and Toulouse) and Jean-Baptiste Hugues (Limoges and Nantes).

On 28 December 1984, the railway station was classified as monument historique.[2] The architect of the 1898 station was Victor Laloux, with four allegorical limestone statues of cities by Jean Antoine Injalbert (Bordeaux and Toulouse) and Jean-Baptiste Hugues (Limoges and Nantes).

Carmaux and the river Tarn - Tarn dept. Midi-Pyrénées région, France     ...bedazle.com

Carmaux and the river Tarn - Tarn dept. Midi-Pyrénées région, France ...bedazle.com

Interior of the Sistine Chapel. Rome, Italy. Places to travel before you die.

Interior of the Sistine Chapel. Rome, Italy. Places to travel before you die.

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