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Was closed for many years and only recently open to visitors (2 euro a go) and is worth it in spades. Stunning paintings/frescos and sculptures--but perhaps nothing remarkable. Except. EVERY depiction has a woman/women at the centrepiece of he depicted stories or themes (eg knowledge,...More