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“A beatiful cathedral in a gorgeous historic town”
May 28, 2017
The Cathedral was built between the end of the 11th and the end of the 12th century to accommodate the influx of pilgrims who frequented this famous site. The 11th and 12th century Romanesque cloister adjoins the Cathedral, which was restored from...more
So many things to see here, the sculpture, the construction, the atmosphere, the small but beautiful exhibition of religious chasubles, embroidery so delicate you cannot imagine that is was done by hand and candle light....
The cloisters are superb but so too are elements of the surrounding buildings, super iron work, wall paintings and the attached museum though this appears to be a work in progress. Church raiments are not at the top of my list of interests but the...More
It is a bit hard to find parking lot in the old town, finally I did it. The Cathedral is up on the hill as its name shows. We had to climb long stairs to reach its entrance. Its worth for it. As many pictures,...More