Toulouse

Toulouse
fransk kommune (commune)
Kommunevåben for Toulouse
Kommunevåben for ToulouseToulouses placering i Frankrig
Rådhuset i Toulouse
Rådhuset i Toulouse
LandFrankrig Frankrig
RegionOccitanie Occitanie
DepartementHaute-Garonne  Haute-Garonne
ArrondissementToulouse
KantonHovedby for 15 cantoner
Interkommunal enhedCommunauté urbaine du Grand Toulouse
BorgmesterJean-Luc Moudenc (fra 2014)
Geografi
Koordinater43°36′16″N 1°26′38″Ø / 43.60444°N 1.44389°Ø / 43.60444; 1.44389Koordinater: 43°36′16″N 1°26′38″Ø / 43.60444°N 1.44389°Ø / 43.60444; 1.44389
Højde (gns)146 m
Areal118,30 km²
Demografi
Indbyggere447.340
Befolkningstæthed3.781 indb./km²
Postnummer31000, 31100, 31200, 31300, 31400, 31500
INSEE-kode31555
Hjemmesidewww.toulouse.fr
Kort over kommunen
Kort over kommunen

Toulouse er en by i Frankrig. Byen kaldes "la ville rose", som betyder "den lyserøde by", fordi mange af dens bygninger er bygget af brændte røde sten. Universitetet blev grundlagt i 1228.

Byen er hovedstaden i regionen Occitanie. Den er central for europæisk flyindustri, da flyfabrikken Airbus har hovedsæde her.

21. september 2001 eksploderede kemifabrikken AZF. Esplosionen blev målt til 3,4 på Richterskalaen.

Uddannelse

Fødsel i Toulouse

Eksterne henvisninger

Kilder

Fransk geografiSpire
Denne artikel om Frankrigs geografi er en spire som bør udbygges. Du er velkommen til at hjælpe Wikipedia ved at udvide den.
Geografi

Medier brugt på denne side

Flag of Europe.svg
The Flag of Europe is the flag and emblem of the European Union (EU) and Council of Europe (CoE). It consists of a circle of 12 golden (yellow) stars on a blue background. It was created in 1955 by the CoE and adopted by the EU, then the European Communities, in the 1980s.

The CoE and EU are distinct in membership and nature. The CoE is a 47-member international organisation dealing with human rights and rule of law, while the EU is a quasi-federal union of 27 states focused on economic integration and political cooperation. Today, the flag is mostly associated with the latter.

It was the intention of the CoE that the flag should come to represent Europe as a whole, and since its adoption the membership of the CoE covers nearly the entire continent. This is why the EU adopted the same flag. The flag has been used to represent Europe in sporting events and as a pro-democracy banner outside the Union.
Flag of Portugal.svg
Flag of Portugal, created by Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro (1857–1929), officially adopted by Portuguese government in June 30th 1911 (in use since about November 1910). Color shades matching the RGB values officially reccomended here. (PMS values should be used for direct ink or textile; CMYK for 4-color offset printing on paper; this is an image for screen display, RGB should be used.)
Flag of Austria.svg
Flag of Austria with the red in the Austrian national colours which was official ordered within the Austrian Armed Forces (Bundesheer) in the characteristic “Pantone 032 C” (since May 2018 the Red is ordered in the characteristic “Pantone 186 C”.)
Flag of Finland.svg
Finlands flag
Flag map of France.svg
Map showing France with the ch flag.
Map commune FR insee code 31555.png
Forfatter/Opretter:

Map data (c) OpenStreetMap contributors, CC-BY-SA


Legend
Legend

• Shape files infrastructure: railway, highways, water: all originally by OpenStreetMap contributors. Status december 2011
• Label and Insee code commune: from Geofla (note that commune boundaries are also available under free license at geofla, but not near acceptable quality due to extreme simplification!)
• Data for exact commune* and department boundaries: derived via osm download geofabrik.de and osm2pgsql, OpenStreetMap contributors.
• Data for landuse: OSM / Corine land cover, 2006 ([1])
• Mentioned sources combined and exported for each commune using a script by Michiel1972

*note: shown commune boundaries are from OSM dump May 2012; at that time about 90% complete

, Licens: CC BY 2.0
Map commune FR insee code 31555.png
Blason département fr Haute-Garonne.svg
Forfatter/Opretter: unknown, Licens: CC BY-SA 3.0