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Chateau d'Eau, Toulouse

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.8/5 based on 85 reviews on the web
The Château d'Eau is an old nineteenth century water tower, near to the cours Dillon, just next to the Pont-Neuf, in Toulouse, France. It was originally designed as a water tower but it is now a photography gallery. Founded in 1974 by Jean Dieuzaide, a French photographer from Toulouse, it's one of the oldest public places dedicated to photography in the world.
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  • Very nice photo in an industrial setting, good Bookstore, friendly Gallery. We can easily go there on foot from the centre of Toulouse and continue to slaughterhouses
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  • If you like photography, exhibited in a place intimate and historical, then do a stop d "half an hour at the water tower! Never disappointed :)
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  • A gallery tucked away in a former water Castle at the typical Toulouse architecture. Two steps from the bridge nine another highlight of Toulouse.
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