Being Gothic it made an interesting contrast to all the other architecture we had seen on the trip, and for that reason it's well worth the (minor) effort to find it, so close to the other major sights that a diversion is not a problem. Entry is free, so ignore (if you want to) the person holding the door open as you enter and proffering a basket for a donation. These mendicants seem to take shifts as when we left there was a different one in place.
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