If a dizzying array of splendour that adorns the walls with famous paintings or tapestries or the floors done in priceless mosaics or just ordinary marble cut to perfection were not enough then perhaps the rooms and hallways and gardens lined with sculptures by every famous master from the beginning of time will impress and astonish. If all that is still not enough to impress there are still miles and miles of ceilings to be admired. Every piece and every bit of every surface is painted by someone famous. It is hard to know where to look so that one does not miss a thing or two while wondering though the rooms and hallways and passages. Truly the amount of money spent by the church to the ‘glory of god’ has not bounds, limits or restrain. We are simply in awe.