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Jacobin Church – an unusual, even extraordinary building of the 13th century, created by the Dominicans (who have been called the Jacobins since 1216). A row of seven columns rises along the nave, with the one on the far right forming the so-called 'palm vault'. The vault is supported by 22 ribs. Numerous exhibitions and concerts are organized on the grounds of the former refectory and in the main hall of the church.
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Topic: Jacobin Church in France, Toulouse resort.