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The cathedral has a number of interesting aspects. It is huge inside, it is made of bricks Rather than stone and finally it is gothic in style, and quite plain which is unusual for a Catholic Church which are usually baroque.
I was amazed at the size of the interior columns and overall size of this cathedral. This is a massive church with I guess all of the stations with stained grass windows above each station. Old confessionals, a side chapel with a priest giving blessings...More
This structure offers an interesting example of Romanesque architecture. Like many structures of this kind, it includes stations of the cross in mosaic tiles. Additionally, it included other displays, such as a nativity scene.
The basilica is made of unique bricks, hence its "largest" claim. It was not open when we were there. The plaza in front is a bit sketchy with lots of people struggling with life. Some are overly friendly and others resented our presence. Supposedly there...More
This place is worth to visit, the interior and the piano, that is amazing, be careful of the surroundings specially if you are with a backpack or a camera, just be alert and try to not go through weird places you may notice are not...More
The church was closed on our visit but was still impressive from the outside. The park was very seedy - there were kids throwing a ball at a junkie, creepy men drinking and staring, a few people arguing.