Canal du Midi

The Canal du Midi is a canal that runs through the South of France, and in conjunction with the Canal de Garonne, connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean.

Credit: Wikipedia

The canal and the river that feeds it, La Garonne, both run through Toulouse, which makes for a very beautiful city center.

La Garonne River

Le Pont Neuf “The New Bridge”
Although it’s not so new, it was completed in 1632!

St. Jean, an old hospital

Le Canal du Midi

The walls leading down to the canal.

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3 Responses to Canal du Midi

  1. Mom says:

    Great pics Emily! I love the framing in your ‘Le Pont Neuf’ shot.

  2. Jeff Webb says:

    yeah, except those leaves got in the way😉

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