I didn't know what to expect, but I certainly didn't anticipate the witty cartoon-like images that tell an epic story to the illiterate masses. We were lucky to be here in the off season so we could follow the audioguide at at our own pace and repeat the process to make sure we didn't miss anything. I would love to study more about the friezes above and below the main story cells.
The British narrator of the English version of the audio guide was humorous and the narration really captured the energy of the scenes. Eleventh century propaganda, yes, but it holds up in our times.
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