the historical exhibits are in the crypt, don't just visit the nave upstairs and think you have seen everything! Oscar Romero's grave is there, and a wonderful portrait of him donated by Pope Juan Pablo II - a shrine to the great hero of the modern-day "People's Revolution." I knew very little about him before my visit - I am so glad I went here.
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