The light show of St. Mark’s Basilica is very beautiful. This is Milan's second cathedral, located in the commercial center. It has changed its usual style during the Christmas holidays, and has a lot of amazing time and dynamic splendor.
St. Mark’s Church is said to be the second cathedral in Milan. There are many frescoes in the church, most of which are from the Renaissance period. The rose window is beautifully carved
It is very worth seeing, all the golden mosaic puzzles on the top, it feels magnificent. St. Mark's legacy is also kept inside. Cannot enter with backpacks and schoolbags. Usually the queue is long. No tickets are accepted.
Unfortunately, we came to Italy in the winter. It started to get dark at 4:30 in the afternoon, and the attractions closed earlier. When we came to this church, it was already closed and we could only take a walk from the outside. Circle, just take pictures. Considering that this trip to Italy will see more and larger churches, I did not plan to visit here again as the next day. As St. Mark’s Church is under restoration, the exterior is not particularly beautiful, only part of it can be photographed
#About圣马可棍# St. Mark’s Church was built in 336. It was built by Pope Marco to commemorate the author of the Bible Gospel St. Mark. The remains of Pope Marco are stored under the altar. The style of the church has been built many times, retaining the 9th century ring mosaic, the blue and gold roof of the lion like the family crest from the 15th century Pope Paul II, and the other decorations such as the jade ring gallery are 18 The art of the late Baroque century. Just like Rome itself, every piece of artistic style has left marks in this church, which is well worth a visit.