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This small loggia on the main square has dozens of cafe umbrellas in front of it, but you can still enter to take photos of the walls and painted ceiling, If you time it right, there will be a small folk musical group playing and...More
Maybe it's an amazing place, but we would never know because it's closed and the ticket seller of the cathedral couldn't tell why or whether it's sometimes opens its doors.
As it is worth about 30 seconds of your time.
Really a lovely, simple building that forms part of the square along with the museum for religious artworks, the cathedral and a simple temple that now seems to be a memorial to locals who lost their lives in the civil war.