The façade looked gorgeous in the bright sunshine with the stonework shown to best effect. It was an apt intro to the marvellously ornate Baroque interior. Most of the space is resplendent in paintings, gilt and other exquisite ornamentation.
This extends to the awe-inspiring floor that comprises marble tomb slabs with pained coats of arms and though provoking images.
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