I don't believe there's a tour or anything of the church, so perhaps it would have been more interesting if I'd known more about the history of it. Architecturally, it doesn't really compare with the grand cathedrals of Europe, or much of the Indian architecture in the area. It was interesting to note the blend of the two, though. Worth stopping for a minute if you're driving past, but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it.
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