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One place that I knew I wanted to visit was the small museum dedicated to Toulouse-Lautrec in the small town of Albi.
Albi was a bishopric as early as the fourth century, with St. Clair as its first bishop.
Two years later these metal-cuts were used by Neumeister at Albi, and they are subsequently found at Lyon.Fine Books|Alfred W. Pollard
Lavaur, a flourishing city of the country of Albigeois, lies not far from Albi.The Iron Pincers|Eugne Sue
The general outline of the roof—omitting of course the scanty transepts—is very reminiscent of Bourges; and again of Albi.
There are two great churches of this order—though lacking aisles—in France, the cathedrals at Rodez and Albi in the south.The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine|Francis Miltoun