It was intriguing to find out that this still privately owned church was likely modelled on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. This resulted from a visit to the latter by a family member.
The interior is exceptional. The brick walls form the backdrop to some lovely decorative stonework. Behind the altar is one such, with portrayal of sculls and religious symbols. Numerous works adorn the wall, such as paintings and emblem displays. In the centre of the nave is the tomb of a family notable and his wife.
A fine stairway leads to the upper choir. From here are grand views over the extent of the church and its many attractive features.
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