As one might expect the architecture was charming with quite a few churches for a town of this size. There were many steep lanes with some requiring hand rails. Maybe cobbles in this setting are actually a help rather than a hindrance to walking, especially if one can imagine streets like these during rain storms. If nothing more, they did provide rusticity and the visual texture of them adds a nice element and more depth to a photograph.
The church photographed above seemed like many other religious buildings one sees during their travels, with one exception. It was fascinating to see the primitive drawing scrawled on one of the stone walls. Although it appeared to be a dragon, I can't help but wonder if it was a Medieval depiction of Satan.