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  • 1 Massey Gardens Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    r. Massey F - 65000 Tarbes

    A profusion of flowers of different species, ducks and peacocks can be found in this beautiful park, the work of Placide Massey (1777-1853), a talented naturalist. The Gothic cloister of Saint-Sever-de-Rustan, partially rebuilt, adds an architectural..

  • 2 Massey Museum

    Museums and art

    r. Massey F - 65000 Tarbes

    The archaeological section consists of knives, fibulas, and bronze mask of the Pyrenean god Ergé. The fine arts section has Spanish, Flemish and French paintings ( La Vierge, l'Enfant, Saint Jean et Saint Jérôme, 15C triptych by Cock, Marché bigourda..

  • 3 N.-d.-de-la-Sède Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    5 pl. du Gén.-de-Gaulle F - 65000 Tarbes

    It is difficult to perceive the original Romanesque building due to several modifications made between the 13C and 19C. The most interesting section is the chevet with its brick and stone bonding.

  • 4 Stud Farm and Horse Centre

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    70 chemin de Mauhourat F - 65000 Tarbes

    In a park shaded by cedar and magnolia trees, a set of elegant houses dating from the First Empire are the birthplace of the "tarbais", an Anglo-Arab horse much appreciated by the hussars. An old rehabilitated stable now houses the Horse Ce..

  • 5 International Hussar Museum

    Museums and art

    Jardin Massey F - 65000 Tarbes

    The hussars, light Hungarian riders, made their appearance in European armies at the beginning of the 17C. The first hussar regiment in France, was raised in 1720 (its headquaters have been in Tarbes since 1963). The museum retraces the glorious hist..

  • 6 The House where Marechal Foch was born

    Museums and art

    2 r. de la Victoire F - 65000 Tarbes

    Ferdinand Foch was born in this house on October 2, 1851. It is now a museum which features documents illustrating his life and career, including the prestigious Polytechnique school, the Great War, the French Academy, and the armchair where he passe..

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