This church was worth the modest entry fee and the not too long a walk from the city centre. It is very much a church and not a cathedral so don't expect anything too dramatic but it has a lovely spacious interior with superb frescoes rather than stained-glass windows so was markedly different from English churches. The altar chapel was stunningly beautiful and the crypt was very atmospheric. The small cloisters made a nice space and the carvings on the main facade, including Adam and Eve, were wonderful. The carved inner door was very impressive too.
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