This church isn't on the most of the main tourist lists, but it should be. It is covered in early Renaissance murals that have remained pretty vibrant. The church incorporates some old Roman architecture, too. The main sanctuary is small, but knowledgeable visitors know to look for the second larger sanctuary behind the back wall. There is also a civic and archeolagoical museum attached to this church.
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