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The main attraction here is really the "Last Supper" by Leonardo Da Vinci, but to be able to get a ticket to see it you need to buy or book way in advance.
If you visit the actual church, you'll find a nice looking church,...More
Built at the end of the 15th century in a late Gothic style with the Apse and Dome in a pure and beautiful Renaissance style, The interior is very nice and beautifully decorated, especially the Cupola or Dome which reminded me that of a Mosque...More
it is an experince of a lifetime to stand infront of this decaying masterpiece and imagine all the stories you would have read or heard about it. you are transported back in time as you stand spellbound by it. there is some information about the...More
I had been a fan of Leonardo da Vinci since my early childhood. Visiting The Last Supper is a must cultural experience if you are in Milan. A great opportunity to see a great masterpiece will a lot of history.
We had not planned to visit this sight because we did not make reservations in advance. Tickets were supposed to be hard to come by. When the concierge at our hotel told us she could secure tickets for private viewing for us on our final...More
We had only one ticket so my wife got to see the famous fresco that is part of Santa Maria delle Grazie complex. Our trip to Milan was for the express purpose of viewing the Last Supper.While she was viewing the fresco, I prayed in...More
We visited the church, as most do, mainly to see the Last Supper housed in its refectory, but the church itself is free to enter and is worth a stop. The ceilings are covered with intricate designs, and the building exterior and surrounding grounds were...More