An amazing church that we literally stumbled across when walking in the neighborhood. The temple was built in 1753 and has an amazingly ornate interior, with gold coating on almost every surface. Tickets are bought in a building to the side and as we were leaving the church, the staff took us upstairs to see the tomb of the saint. Seeing the mummy and then the glass boxes everywhere with skulls and bones was a highlight for my son, not so much for my daughters!
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