It is said that the size of the church was the result of a miscalculation when it was built (the architect was working in centimetres, which the builder misunderstood to be inches, which are 2.54 times larger). But most likely the church was actually intended to be as big as it is, so it could easily accommodate 5000 people at the same time. The church is closed in winter time as there is no heating. Inside the church there are wooden sculptures of poor men with alms box where you can put coins.
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