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Tarabel, the old Castle  
   

Tarabel, the old Castle

Located inside of the village. I believe parts of it date from the 13th century. Local nobles made their fortune and were able to build these castles across the Lauragais based on the Lavendar trade.
France Day 5: Tarabel with Grandparents

September 11th 2004
Childhood Memories We drove out with grandpa and grandma on one of our only two excursions by car on the trip. Papy cannot drive well anymore so I ended up doing most of it at the wheel of his low mileage but beat up Citroen Xantia. Tarabel is not that far, maybe 15 miles east of downtown Toulouse, but despite recent growth, it still is in the countryside, the equivalent of Sunbury to Columbus. ... read more
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