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Absolutely a must in Vic. Only saw the church as our little one was getting tired, so no energy for the crypt and monastery. But the church it self is big and has a very unusual decoration- very worthwhile.
I’m not usually a ‘go check out more cathedrals’ type of person, but this Unesco Heritage listed Cathedral of St Peter the Apostle (documented dating back to the year 516) with its imposing Romanesque bell tower, nestled in the medieval part of the city of...More
We have visited Cathedrals the length & breadth of Europe incl Spain and this one has really impressed us. We were so under impressed with the exterior we almost didn't go in and that would have been a huge mistake. The subdued lighting, the...More
I felt claustrophobic as soon as I stepped inside. I couldn't breathe and felt a very heavy, dark energy. The vending machine for candles killed the medieval vibe too. I only could take a couple of minutes. And my husband felt the same.
Anyone that visits a lot of older churches, basilicas and cathedrals will know they all give you a certain feeling of awe when you enter them and gaze around at the detailed art and architecture. This is the first time I got a completely different,y...More
Entering a cathedral usually brings a feeling of peace and elevation even when some are a bit dark and gloomy but this one is just terrible. Its so unimaginative, so dark, so square and heavy. The massive square pillars all restored in dark, the walls...More