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Albi, a provincial city in the Midi-Pyrénées region of south-west France, is located on the banks of the river Tarn, just 85 km northeast of Toulouse. Built around the Albi cathedral (formerly the Cathedral of Saint Cecilia and seat of Archbishop of Albi) and a group of episcopal buildings, including the Palais de Berbie (the Bishops' Palace of Albi), the ancient center of the city was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2010. Indeed, Albi, considered one of the most complex cities made of brick in the world, has painstakingly conserved its Languedoc-style: red-orange brick, a feature it shares with the neighbouring cities of Toulouse and Montauban.
The historic centre, split into 6 districts, boasts a rich architectural heritage that encapsulates various periods of history. Each district or 'canton' showcases different architectural styles, from half-timbered houses and Renaissance mansions to fortified, gothic churches and medieval bridges. The glorified French past is wthin short reach when visitors stay with Hotel Campanile ALBI CENTRE.