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Toulouse, or Tolosa in Occitan, is in south-west France and is nicknamed the Pink City due to the colour of its local building material, terracotta bricks. The growth of violet farming in the 19th century made the flower an emblem of the city and also earned Toulouse the nickname the City of Violets. The capital of the Kingdom of the Visigoths, who invaded in 413, Toulouse is now the centre of the European aerospace industry and is home to Airbus and its parent company, the Airbus Group. The Concorde and A380 were designed in Toulouse. It is a rugby union city, and its club, Stade Toulousain, is highly decorated at the national and European levels. The team has won the French championship twenty times and the European champions a total of four. Its national treasures include Claude Nougaro, the Toulouse sausage, and Cachou Lajaunie; these hard liquorice candies come in an iconic round tin and were invented by Toulouse pharmacist Léon Lajaunie in 1880.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Toulouse as seen from the Garonne quays.

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Toulouse, or Tolosa in Occitan, is in south-west France and is nicknamed the Pink City due to the colour of its local building material, terracotta bricks. The growth of violet farming in the 19th century made the flower an emblem of the city and also earned Toulouse the nickname the City of Violets. The capital of the Kingdom of the Visigoths, who invaded in 413, Toulouse is now the centre of the European aerospace industry and is home to Airbus and its parent company, the Airbus Group. The Concorde and A380 were designed in Toulouse. It is a rugby union city, and its club, Stade Toulousain, is highly decorated at the national and European levels. The team has won the French championship twenty times and the European champions a total of four. Its national treasures include Claude Nougaro, the Toulouse sausage, and Cachou Lajaunie; these hard liquorice candies come in an iconic round tin and were invented by Toulouse pharmacist Léon Lajaunie in 1880.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Toulouse as seen from the Garonne quays.

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Toulouse, or Tolosa in Occitan, is in south-west France and is nicknamed the Pink City due to the colour of its local building material, terracotta bricks. The growth of violet farming in the 19th century made the flower an emblem of the city and also earned Toulouse the nickname the City of Violets. The capital of the Kingdom of the Visigoths, who invaded in 413, Toulouse is now the centre of the European aerospace industry and is home to Airbus and its parent company, the Airbus Group. The Concorde and A380 were designed in Toulouse. It is a rugby union city, and its club, Stade Toulousain, is highly decorated at the national and European levels. The team has won the French championship twenty times and the European champions a total of four. Its national treasures include Claude Nougaro, the Toulouse sausage, and Cachou Lajaunie; these hard liquorice candies come in an iconic round tin and were invented by Toulouse pharmacist Léon Lajaunie in 1880.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Toulouse as seen from the Garonne quays.

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