This place is beautiful! I got there around closing, so I couldn't go to see the views, but inside I was able to get to and the surrounding grounds. I heard the view from the top is the best place for viewing 360 degrees. I can't comment, as it was closed when I was there. But if you enjoy European church architecture and religion, you will enjoy this place. I'm not religious and I found it worth it.
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