Albi is small commune and town in the southern part of France. Located on the Tarn River, Albi was built around the town's cathedral and other Episcopal buildings. This town was built in Languedoc-style bricks, making it quite unique. One of these sites is the Sainte Cécile Cathedral, a monument in Southern Gothic style. The Palais de la berbie, is one of the oldest castles in France.
Pont Vieux (the Old Bridge) was built in 1035 and reinforced in the 14th century and still in use today. It was first built with stone and brick and rested on 8 arches, but has been reinforced with a drawbridge since that time. The Toulouse-Lautrec Museum is a place of interest with over 1000 different works on display.
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