Whilst I've regularly recommended a visit to this Church I had not actually done a thorough visit. During my visit in July I visited on the second anniversary of my mothers death and what a moving moment. I first went into the museum (1.50€ which goes to charity) and that was superb. There are so many artefacts going back to the 14 century and I spent a good half hour walking around. Then I went into the Church Proper. It is absolutely astonishing. The wall frescos are amazing but unfortunatley you are not allowed to take photos. Quite understandable as the constant camera flashes would harm the paintings. For a small donation you can purchase a candle to light in memory of a loved one. Obviously I did this in memory of my mother. A truly moving moment and I'm not particularly religious!
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