The outside looks plain and it is the hang out of locals and students alike, but don't let that stop you-go in! I even attended a mass and got to meet the priest (who was from the Congo and spoke excellent english and french). Go see the Michelangelo crucifix in the side room - made from wood when he was just 17 as a gift to the church for allowing him to study the dead bodies before they were buried. Salvatore, is the guard at the desk, he looks stern but he's nice.
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