The church interior gived a vast and voluminous impression. That is supported by the large wooden ceiling which is 16th century artwork. That is impressive and good work. All the rest is simple - well not special as some of the altars are still old and baroque style. We didn;t visit the monastery itself as we saw no entrance or so.
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