San Sebastian is a circular church with frescoes and altars. It is called the Civic Temple. It was established in the 17th century and later belonged to the Pastra family. It was historically connected with the plague in Milan. Food will be distributed to those in need every week
The main thing to look at here is the indoor murals. The murals here are really beautiful, and there are some borders to decorate.
Here, the indoor frescoes are different from those directly on the walls of the church, and there are some frames to decorate them. The paintings in the main hall are filled with white candles, and there is a statue of a person who accepts worship as if conducting music. The roof next to the circular dome can also be seen from above. The latticed glass with carved paintings below is not too big to bring in not bright lights. The small scale makes it very quiet even near the downtown area of Milan Cathedral. .
There are not many people here, and it doesn’t look very crowded. The artwork and window decorations here are really beautiful
San Sebastian is so beautiful, the building itself is a work of art, and the appearance looks very shocking