The Jialu Church is a neoclassical building built on the site of the former church Santa Maria, which dates back to the 13th century. The current church was completed in 1847 and is part of the Grand Diocese of Milan. What is impressive is its classical colonnade, the altar is surrounded by beautiful marble sculptures. The canopy ceiling provides lovely frescoes, while the dome ceiling is decorated with stucco work and stone carvings
This is a Catholic church, it seems to be designed by a famous architect, but I went inside and visited it, I thought it was small!
Not too far from the cathedral and the second arcade there is a place in the old town that feels quite similar to the Parisian Pantheon. Unlike smaller squares and churches, there are open-air restaurants on one side. Once in the door a man lay in a glass cabinet under the round statue, making it look like a sacrificial, rows of seats lined between the painted stained glass encircling the main hall, and a mummy covered in gold clothes
Although not the main landmark in Milan, it is part of the Principal Capitol of Barberini on the Mount Quelinare
Part of the Principal Capitol building complex on Mount Quirinare, it was founded in the 16th century and is not bad
The church is located in the heart of Milan and is not the main landmark of Milan but is worth a visit.