The monastery and the church were built in 1404, were damaged in many wars throughout history, but have been renovated and today will dazzle you with their new looks. Numerous and rich frescoes and sculptures are bound to make a huge impression, while the Paulists running the place will gladly tell you all about its history.
Apart from the great traditional Assumption Day feast, smaller feasts are regularly held on Ascension Day (40 days after Easter) and on Nativity of Mary Day, September 7. Going to church is an important part of everyday habits and needs here. You’ll be welcome, too.