We approached from the rear of the building, which I recommend. It was interesting to see it change from something quite ordinary at the back into this fantastic ancient and beautiful structure at the front. Look at the little details, such as drainage holes in the floor. Be sure to read up on the history of the building, as we all liked knowing that it didnt start life as a church. Look for the square taken out for analysis a few hundred years ago. The two kids were impressed with this building, and its also a great place to get cool.
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