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Although there remains a small area for worship, with an altar and a chancel, this building is also used for various other public display purposes, including art exhibitions. The interior lacks character, but isn't unpleasant. The exterior is undistinguished.
This is a very small gothic church with a white interior. It dates to 1477 and is charming, but plain. It is designated a historical monument, and is architecturally distinctive for its square bell tower, added later. It is historically significant because it was built...More
This church is too small to call it a cathedral, although it has the characteristics of Gothic architecture (groin vaulting, e.g.) It takes less than two minutes to see the whole thing because there in no transept, no narthex and no aisles. It is one...More
This grand old church is worth a moment to visit. We actually attended a concert, and the majesty of the architecture imbued the music with a special atmosphere. There was standing room only, and the concert was free.