You have to admit, those nuns didnt give up easily. For centuries they just kept moving the church floor higher as the water from the river invaded. Finally they departed to the higher new church, leaving the old church to its fate.
Its now an archaelogical site and there is quite a lot to see in the complex, but of course the highlight is the skeleton of the original church. It was pouring when we visited which added to the experience.
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