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A nice and different visit, particularly in the heat of the day. The crypt (charge 2 Europs from memory) is damp and slighly dark, various areas including niches and small tunnels. Used as a bunker during conflict.
We weren't sure that we wanted to see this but it was one of the highlight of our trip. Spooky but we loved it. We were the only ones there. In the church next door / above they had a service with beautiful singing which...More
The crypt has also been used as a church through the ages and also air raid shelter during the second world war. Narrow tunnels with low roofs excavated out of the local rock make for great atmosphere. Some floors are uneven, but reasonably well lit,...More
Dating from the 7th century BC this crypt has been a place of worship, a roman water system, a church, an air raid shelter. Not somewhere you would first think of going. On a hot day somewhere to spend half an hour.
It took me a little bit to find the exact entrance to this church crypt, but once I got there, it did not really take too long to visit, as it really is not a big place. It was included in my combined ticket and...More
This is a very very old crypt, completely different to the one in the Cathedral. It is more like a cave with a few dark passages that you can walk down but they lead nowhere. It is quite damp and eerie, very historic. The ceiling...More