We first visited this church on a gloomy day in November, when it was dark, or almost so, outside. That produced a wonderful atmosphere, which was still apparent on a bright sunny day in June, with many more visitors about. This is simply a wonderful church. The range of styles in the royal tombs takes ages to see and appreciate, while the little museum is also full of interest. There are some nice misericords (not pointed out in the guide book) and dignified architecture and monuments. Take time here, it will repay you.
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