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You have to be in a party or book early to see the last supper. I had seen it in 1956 before the weight of humanity and humidity had faded it so much. People we hopeful from USA and around the world but it was...More
There's not much visual appeal to it. It's a dark, cold, stern looking stone church where the only pieces that stand out are the altar and the pipe organ.
Nevertheless, it has its special peculiarities: it has a round shape (which is rather unusual for...More
Built in 364, after several fires, collapses and recontructions it was completed in the 18th century. The older parts and chapels can be seen from the Park of the Basilicas, which is located behind the church. On the front is a square which used to...More
it might have been majestic once upon a time but today as it stands, there is nothing grand about it. it is like a local neighbourhood church and you see a lot of locals sitting outside, chatting and spending some quality time.
well churches are not interesting only for pilgrims and religious people and someone should visit and go to see them inside and not only outside .one fo those is the church of basilica san lorenzo maggiore.every church in italy has its history and worths to...More
One of the rare sinistre style Catholic church... The outside is the best part. At night, Italians gather to talk and eat gelato, the place is definitely worth it, the inside is nothing special (I mean, considering Italian references...)
A free-standing row of 16 Corinthian columns - once part of a 2nd Century Roman Temple - sets San Lorenzo's frontal piazza off from the road. The vast interior of the curch was built on a circular plan, with a ring shaped ambulatory and raised...More
The pulsating core of Milan is in Centro. Duomo Square is enclosed by the gothic cathedral, the historic icon of Milan. However, shopping is what draws most crowds to this area. The classy and versatile Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants will turn any shopping or lunch expedition into a royal experience. Head to the rooftop of the flagship La Rinascente to enjoy the
view of the animated square with a panorama of the Duomo. The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the street for high-end shopping. Brands of all kinds and street artists attract the attention of all visitors; while at Via Santa Radegonda 16, Luini Panzerotti is a much appreciated street food shop providing unimaginable culinary experiences. If shopping takes its toll on you, consider visiting Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle housing several museums. Those looking to relax can go to Parco Sempione, where nature provides respite from the energy of this dynamic and international city.
8am till 6.30 pm Mon to Sat and Sun 9am to 7pm. The basilica is free self guided but the Chapel of saint Aquilino is 2 euro. This is worth the visit to see the 4th century Byzantine mosaics. from what I remember there is... More
8am till 6.30 pm Mon to Sat and Sun 9am to 7pm. The basilica is free self guided but the Chapel of saint Aquilino is 2 euro. This is worth the visit to see the 4th century Byzantine mosaics. from what I remember there is restoration work going on in side the chapel. I hope you enjoy your visit