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Reviewed 27 June 2018

Saint Aquilino chapel is a must see! It has some 4 th century mosaics inside. Go to the basement also. This is one of the oldest churches in Milan Do not miss!

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Reviewed 2 May 2018

The church and columns are a must see while in Milan. The interior is quite simple but the rebuilt dome and frescos are intriguing.

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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

On the face of it this church is mostly bare plaster inside. It is small and the murals and statues aren’t great. There was a choir practising which was nice. However, the best bit is behind a barred gate with a cost of €2. Pay the fee and you’ll be treated to saintly remains and beautiful 4th century massive remains. Well worth the money.

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Reviewed 1 April 2018

one of the beautiful churches in milano.inside and outside..you can go to nearby metro station or from the milano duomo metro .interesting place to visit...

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Reviewed 10 February 2018

Very nice church. It was originally built in the Roman era and had restorations and rebuildings ever since. It has gained new architecture over the years such as the facade or dome. Inside is quite cavernous over the main aisle towards the altar. Much quieter than the Duomo and close to Sant'Eustorgio.

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