Book in advance! There are tours that include The Last Supper, as well. It was a shame to have such a short time, but if you read up on the work before you go, you will be ready to absorb it...Unbelievable that this incredible work was altered by monks who wanted a larger door. Thank heavens this masterpiece is being preserved.
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