Like many European churches, the Latin Cathedral was originally a cemetery. The Boyan family chapel near the Latin Cathedral, when it was built in the early seventeenth century, originally served as a burial place for family members. Later, he moved to the cemetery, leaving the small hall in place. To this day, the dense carvings on the outer wall and inside of the small hall still attract the attention of visitors.
Although the location is small, the content inside is unexpectedly very detailed. In the space of a small house, I stood there and watched it for almost half an hour. It didn't look like a lot of tourists came here. Now I feel that it was a pity that I didn't take a good photo at that time. If you are more interested in Eastern European architecture and art, you will definitely find a lot of fun here, but there is a ticket for 10 squares.
Must go! It was originally a cemetery. Later the church moved away. The family cemetery is still there. The walls are densely carved inside and outside. It's beautiful. Tickets cost 10 yuan.
In short, it is necessary to come and have a look
After seeing it, I feel good, and if you have time to spend time with friends, you may have more different harvests~ It is easy to find, but crossing the road is really a problem! !