The Cathedral's interior:
Interesting statue in front of the Cathedral. No idea whom it is of though.
The Church and Monastery are inhabited by only two priests and three nuns. The original building dates from the 11th century with the interior constructed in the Baroque style. We only stopped in the lovely courtyard and I peered in the entryway before one of the nuns shooed me away as I tried to take a picture. We decided to forego seeing a 13th century Romanesque painting of the Madonna and Child and a 3rd century relief of Kairos from
As we left, the drizzle turned to rain so we looked for the nearest place we could stay inside for a few minutes to escape the elements. That turned out to be St. Dominc’s, a church and monastery dating from the 14th century.
After walking through the small entranceway above, we entered a beautiful courtyard. How lovely it would have been to spend an hour or so there relaxing on one of the benches if the weather had been pleasant.
The church entry was through the courtyard.
We had never seen such a statue of the Madonna and Child before.
A statue of St. Dominic outside the church.