Milan's Duomo is the third largest cathedral in the world. Begun in 1386, it was not finished until some four centuries later in 1805. It is a wonderful example of Lombard Gothic architecture and unique in a city known for its more Romanesque architectural style. Milan offers you the opportunity to experience what the city holds close to its heart and allows you to connect with the sacred side of local culture via its other religious sights. Santa Maria delle Grazie is most famous for the being the home of Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper' but is also a fine example of Renaissance architecture. The Basilica's of Sant'Ambrogio, San Lorenzo and Sant'Eustorgio all feature elements, history and styles of architecture that make this city such an interesting place to visit.
Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie 2
Piazza San Nazaro in Brolo
Early Christian church founded by Ambrogio...
Corso di Porta Ticinese 40
Piazza San Fedele
Jesuit churc in the San Fedele square... read more