I happened to be walking by one evening with my daughter and she suggested we go in. To say that I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement.
I’ve included a video at the end of the post that shows areas that I was not able to get to.
In 1995 due to a catastrophic earthquake it was heavily damaged. However it has since been repaired and has been preserved as a work of art.
The evening we visited it was being used as a photo gallery. Since its restoration a few years ago it has become a part of the cultural buildings of the town.
However the building was taken over by the Municipality and has since been restored.
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