This is a must visit place even if you are not religious. Dark inside with cranky priests who give off a vibe that tourists are at best an annoyance (at worst should not even be there) there seemed a lack of respect that this was such a special place for so many who were visiting. The place is split amongst different sects.
But the beauty of the place and how visibly moved many of the visitors become make a trip here special.
Read up on the history of the place so you know what you are looking at and try to get there early morning so the place is less crowded (during the day it becomes PACKED)
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