Just near the cathedral, you’ll find one of the prettiest squares in the city. The charmed little Sant Felip Neri is enclosed on all sides, making it more a ‘patio’ than plaza, and contains a central fountain, a school, a church, a quirky Shoe Museum, and a five star hotel should you wish wish to take a refreshment on its terrace café (and money is no object).
Most people however come to gawk at the church’s ancient stone façade. It is scattered with pock-marks, the result of a bomb that dropped here during the civil war, though urban legend often attributes them to the even more grizzly story of a firing squad that let loose on church goers.
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