From the locked church above and the small not particularly well advertised side door to the crypt you have no idea what awaits you.
Under the church is a stunning space that has been used for a variety of purposes over the years. During WWII it was a a shelter and home for those who lost their houses.
It is a wonderful and completely unexpected space, and with free entry to boot.
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