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The prison of Toulouse, Saint Michel, France
2003

The prison of Toulouse, Saint Michel, built in 1870, was named shame of the republic by the justice property program state secretary. At the end of January 2003, its 480 prisoners were transferred to the new prison of Seysses, 20 kilometres away from Toulouse. Saint Michel, which accommodates semi-liberty prisoners, could be become again a jail.
Dominique Delpoux realises these pictures series of the prison Toulouse-Saint Michel during its last ten days of activity as an assignement of the Midi Pyrnes regional direction of cultural affairs and the regional direction of Toulouse penitentiary services.

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