The church is across from the much larger Cathedral and is superbly located on top of a little hill. Although small, you get a sense of its age (11-12th centuries, built over a 9th-century church). Be sure to visit the crypt, where there is a 9th-century column remaining. They don't allow photos. Afterwards, relax and sit on the benches outside that face down into the cathedral square.
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