We almost went away near it, didn't know what kind of church is. After this we were suprised, how nice is it! A very old and small building from the Roman times. It doesn't seem to be an uniqe place but has a so special...More
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This is situated a little out of town opposie some Roman ruins it is a quiet tranquil place in which a wedding was due beautifuuly decorated worth a visit
Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore is interesting as an architectural structure, as well as a historical and religious building. It is free to enter, so it will cost nothing to have a look, unless you also opt to visit the little chapel, inside, to view the...More
This is an old church that dates back to the fourth century. The main part of the church was built much later and is fairly plain. However, the real interest is the Chapel of Saint Aquilino to the side which contain mosaics dating from the...More
One of the most beautiful and oldest churches in Milan, built between IV-V centuries and later was rebuilt several times during medieval period. Just great!
This basilic has a large cupola and hosts a beautiful chapel (San Aquilino) where one can see nice mosaics from the 4th century.There is a 2€ entrance fee. Also it is possible to visit underneath the chapel the old foundations dating from the Roman time.
Perhaps often overlooked in a city with so much, this church should be visited if possible. Both it and the old section of city wall and gate stand out as unchanged in a so modern lively city (by Italian standards).
we explored the church and the gift shop without having reservations for the last supper but we throughly enjoyed the small chapel and the shop and the gardens. do see
Huge, nicely decorated church is one of the oldest churches in Milan, located in a fine area where the roman colonnade is. There is a monument to Constantine the Great front of it.