Free, no queuing and amazing for something almost 2000 years old. Situated in small square you don't see it till you are upon it. Very grey outside (what wouldn't be after amount of time) you just go in and admire the building itself. Built with a gap in the roof to let rain IN which drains away through tiny holes in floor (just missed the shower - would have loved to see that in effect). You may also find a remembrance ceremony taking place or a visiting choir bursting into song unexpectedly.
Go now as a small entrance fee is apparently under consideration soon.
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