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All reviews wood carvings no photography gold plated no photos allowed baroque style national monument ship models guide book history buff the main attraction short visit entry fee quick look euros per person well worth the visit take photos artifacts
Took a look for about 20 minutes. Many interesting stories of the ministry of St. Anthony in plaques inside, often accompanying paintings of the story. Lots of gold on all walls. No photos, and expect to be accompanied inside by a staff person who makes...More
Small Church, low entrance fee of 3.75 Euros (2 Adults + 1 Senior) and does not take too much of your time unless you just want to stand and stare at the huge displays of ornate statues and figurines gilded in Gold. It is a...More
Ye, we visited this small church/museum and were very impressed. For a small fee we saw that it's full of history and very goldy, ornate ornamentation e.g. statues, pictures etc. It's not a Catholic Church, as such - though it may have been one years...More
The entry fee to Saint Anthony's is minor and due its size, small, little time is required.
But I found this church one of the most heavily decorated from the pillars to the walls to the floor.
It is almost that it must be seen...More
You pay to enter this small church - only a few Euro’s and there is a reduction for over 65 and students/ youngsters.
The interior is dark and heavily carved with gilding. Explanations of the half a dozen paintings and the religious symbols is provided...More
Beautiful church, with amazing baroque style wood and gilt carvings, dedicated to St.Anthony. €1.50 admission, well worth it.We were delighted and surprised to see the only grave was that of a fellow Irish man, Colonel Beaty.
This church is quite small and dark but its history is interesting. They don't all you to take photos. It was very interesting for me to find out that they only allowed one person to be buried there and he was Irish. Hugo Beatty was...More