This visit was very good surprise for us. The place is just unique. Every wall is a masterpiece. We enjoyed it a lot. Don't miss it.
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Don't be fooled by the plain facade. Take some time to come in and explore the stunning and well-maintained frescoes. See if you can find the copy of The Last Supper as painted by one of Leonardo's students. And, it's free to all visitors.
Outside this church has a classic facade and architecture and inside you will be surprise of many paintings everywhere and sumptious frescos; the church is dedicated to San Maurizio; there are also a smal museum nearby, perhaps it was Monastero Maggiore.
This out of the beaten path church is approximately a 10 minute walk from the Duomo cathedral and is worth seeing. Inside the atmosphere is stunning since it's unexpected and the frescoes to be seen are noteworthy and the church has an atmosphere that you...More
This is a church that looks ordinary from the outside - but will completely amaze you the moment you walk through the door. The interior is completely covered in stunning, superbly maintained frescoes. The adjacent Hall of Nuns contains a magnificent 1554 organ by Giovan...More
Granted the church is a sideshow to most people that comes to see "Last Supper". But this church - plain from outside and so richly decorated with vibrant frescos in side is worth visiting for its own history and treasures.
While you are waiting for your timed tour to the Last Supper, check out the chapel right next to it. There are lots of wonderful paintings inside and the church is simple yet appealing.