Like its adjacent church, this is not in good repair, although attempts are currently under way to mend things. The many carved pillars must have been initially lovely, but are now severely defaced, and the central garden is badly neglected. I could n't even recommend it if it were free, which it is not. If you insist on visiting, note that its entrance is through a courtyard to the right of the church, and not from the church itself.
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