Revel is a city in in France. Revel is arranged around 35 miles 54 kilometers east of Toulouse. Other prominent close-by towns are Carcassonne and Castelnaudary toward the south, Castres toward the east, and Albi toward the northeast. The most outstanding physical component of Revel is its focal square, which is incompletely secured by a fourteenth century rooftop, bolstered by wooden columns and beat by an unmistakable chime tower.
Initially, the commercial center raised in the fourteenth century. In 1829, a fire pulverized the building. After five years, it was reestablished, collecting its current frame with the expansion of the vault and the clock. Every Saturday morning, a market is held in the square and encompassing bouleds in which an assortment of products, yet particularly nourishment and garments, is discounted.