The UNESCO site says the chapel is well preserved. Maybe it is in architectural or historical terms, but to the layman, it looks more like a ruin. You are only able to peek over the wall and see it below.
The Bastion, on the other hand really is well preserved. Unfortunately and inexplicably, it was padlocked shut when I went round the ramparts last week.
It's not a must-see but if anyone is doing a proper tour of the walls and not just the touristy bit, it is impossible to miss.
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