This church in Lesser Town has been standing for almost 800 years and was rebuilt in the 1700s, turning a once gothic style building into a beautiful Baroque church. The impressive fresco covered ceiling of its done, sculptures in the entrance by Brokof, and alter, which dates from 1731, are all excellent example of the Baroque period. St. Thomas is also home to the skeleton of St. Just, which resides in a glass coffin for visitors to ogle at. Don’t worry about having difficulty finding this place, it’s easy to spot the octagonal roof of the steeple, seeing as it’s almost 204 feet tall. The steeple is home to four bells, once of which is from 1652.
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