Cathedral of St Anastasia
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Lonely Planet review
The Romanesque Cathedral of St Anastasia was built in the 12th and 13th centuries on the site of an older church. Behind the richly decorated facade is an impressive three-nave interior marked by 13th-century wall paintings in the side apses. On the altar in the left apse is a marble sarcophagus containing the relics of St Anastasia, while the presbytery contains lavishly carved choir stalls. The cathedral was badly bombed during WWII and has since been reconstructed. Climb its bell tower (10KN) for stunning old-town views.