We were so fortunate that the priest was there and was happy to give us a personal tour. This place is STEEPED with history and you either should purchase the guidebook or get him to talk about the building. AMAZING stories of the stained glass, and look for the Shroud of Turin in one of the upper stone rafters. You will see it!
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