It's hard to appreciate the outside of this church, because the buildings near by are so close that you can't really see the whole outside. Inside, it's been beautifully restored and worth a walk around. The most interesting aspect, though, is that the whole thing is curved - it's not extreme, but you can see it if you stand at the main entrance and look straight towards the apse.
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