A very old church, this church also has some things worth visiting. The inside of the church is quite large. You can find some very hot records of your history here. Many things in this church are very precious Put protection.
Church of San Maurizio, San Maurizio is a Baroque Catholic church in Milan. It has a simple appearance and a magnificent interior. It contains restorations of 16th century frescoes and a five-hundred-year-old pipe organ that is still playing. The visit is free. The church was originally an outbuilding of the most important monastery in the area. From October to June every Sunday, according to the Italian-Albanian tradition, the church uses the Greek language to hold a Byzantine celebration ceremony.
We were told to pass by this church and take a peek at the artwork... What's amazing is that the walls are amazing frescoes from top to bottom. If you are interested in this, don't miss it. From the outside, it looks very simple, you can't see its beauty until you climb a few stairs. There is no entrance fee, so you can walk in without waiting in line.
Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore wasn't on our initial hit list of things to see when we were in Milan, but an adorable store owner told me about it, so we decided to check it out. This little jewel is simply stunning and I'm so glad we decided to pop in and check it out. The artwork is impressive.
Brothers Luini's frescos are excellent!
a big surprise entering in this so decorated old church... in teh heart of Corso Magenta, at just gew steps from the Duomo but a very cool aerea for the nightlife too.