This shows the evolution of the Gothic towards the Renaissance style.
Although its structural elements are Gothic, the interior is closer to the Renaissance style. The floor plan was designed as a church and hall. It has three naves of equal height, and the light enters from the sides to give the sensation of a single space. Highlights on the building’s exterior include the bell tower, and on the interior, the altarpiece and ribbed vaults. The Diocesan Museum can be visited inside.