As we rode by on the Petit Train, we remarked on the strange design of this building. Later in the day, strolling through the city, we decided to go inside and check it out. The inside of the church is beautiful, with high gloss, curved wood ceilings. The stained glass rescued from St Vincent’s Church after it was bombed in WWII complement the interior. We felt as though we could sit on the pew for hours, taking in the elegance. Don't let the outside deter your interest in seeing the inside. There is no information on the church in English, I suggest doing your homework in advance if you want to learn about the history of the church and the market square where it stands. Open April-October Monday to Thursday and Saturday 10am-noon, 2-6pm, Fri and Sun 2-6pm. November-March to 5.30pm
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