We stopped to take photo's and a local resident told us the church is open to visitors - you just have to go to the side/back door. We wandered through at our leisure, and had time to appreciate the architecture and the history. Take time to read the history on the boards at the back of the church. (There is a request for a donation on entry, but I would willingly have paid an entrance fee.)
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