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Important Religious Institutions in Milan

TOP 1
Milan Cathedral
4.7/5
1,704 Reviews
Milan
448m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"As one of the world's most famous international metropolises, Milan is undoubtedly Italy's most developed city, and together with Paris, London and Berlin, it is called the "four major economic centers of Europe". The equivalent of Shanghai in China. Awesome"

Reasons to Recommend: Milan Cathedral is a famous landmark located in Cathedral Square in the heart of the city. The gorgeous exterior of the church is contrasted with its simple interior, with a long and narrow hall and high ceiling. The floor of the hall consists of colored tile that has survived for hundreds of years. On both sides of the hall are towering stone pillars and beautiful stained-glass windows, most featuring sections of the story of Jesus. There are three circular lattice windows on the east side of the church, generally considered the finest windows in the entire church.

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TOP 2
Santa Maria delle Grazie
4.5/5
223 Reviews
Milan
1.2km from downtown
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Churches and Cathedrals
长脸张少侠
"[Last Supper] is created by Italian artist Leonardo • Da Vinci, the most famous of all works created on this subject. The painting is high 4.2 meters long 9.1 meters, which he painted directly on the dining room wall of a monastery in Milan. Along the table were twelve disciples, forming four groups, and Jesus was sitting in the middle of the table, and he spread out his hands in a sad gesture, signaling to some of the disciples that they had betrayed him. This painting is a fresco painted on the wall by Leonardo da Vinci. In the Church of Our Lady of Thanksgiving, the number of people is limited every day, each time is limited, it is best to book tickets in advance, the sooner the better, otherwise there is no ticket: 10 Euros Monday closed time: 8:15-18:45 Address: Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2, 20123 Milano MI, Italy Metro Line 1 to Conciliazione Station; Line 2 to Cadorna Station; Light Rail to Monti Virgilio Station"

Reasons to Recommend: Santa Maria delle Grazie is located in the west of Milan, on the south side of Sforza Castle. This red Catholic building is made up of churches and Dominican monastery, famous for its mural "Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci in the monastery cafeteria, and listed as a UN World Heritage Site in 1980. Da Vinci's painting "The Last Supper" was drawn on the wall of the monastery's restaurant. It was created by Da Vinci in the 15th century. It uses a combination of innovative bold oil paintings and tempera paintings to create a unique Perspective effect.

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TOP 3
Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
4.4/5
55 Reviews
Milan
591m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
小思文
"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."
TOP 4
Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio
4.5/5
58 Reviews
Milan
919m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
莲子99
"The church very close to the Church of Our Lady of Gratitude has rich interiors. Milan, as the archbishop area, has a lot of churches. This church is not big, you can simply visit the details, and the appearance is relatively simple."
TOP 5
Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro
4.4/5
26 Reviews
Milan
314m from downtown
Historical Architecture
Churches and Cathedrals
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"Does Notre-Dame Church mean a monastery? The monastery is near the Duomo in Milan, just a few steps away, I didn’t go in to visit, it’s too late, forget it, I heard there are frescoes of Leonardo’s Last Supper inside"
TOP 6
Abbazia di Chiaravalle
4.2/5
11 Reviews
Milan
6.7km from downtown
Historical Site
quqky
"I have seen many beautiful monasteries in Europe. This one has also made me beautiful, especially the scale is quite large, and the main building is exquisite and magnificent, and the overall greenery is also my favorite. The monastery is very solemn."
TOP 7
Arco della Pace
4.5/5
139 Reviews
Milan
1.6km from downtown
Statue/Sculpture
Historical Architecture
莲子99
"The entrance square of Central Park is a door, sculpture and other designs are very similar to Brandenburg Gate, the square below is not small, early morning people have not come out, the square always has a big mama dance, the door is good momentum."
TOP 8
San Bernardino alle Ossa
4.5/5
103 Reviews
Milan
765m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
莲子99
"Very close to the Milano Cathedral, only a few minutes walk, small white building, the interior is relatively simple, the bone room is not particularly easy to see, on the right hand side of the entrance, where is more stunning."

Reasons to Recommend: See the human skulls and bones at San Bernardino alle Ossa chapel in Milan, Italy. Explore the unusual and extraordinary chapel built in 1695 because the nearby cemetery ran out of space. Somewhat hidden off the main church, skulls, leg and arm bones are wall mounted in various cruciform patterns. Some debate exists as to the origin of the bones from the decapitated heads of criminals, to illegitimate children or martyrs from the Arian massacres. Even more debatable is visitors' take on the attraction from freakish and bizarre to delightfully disturbing.

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TOP 9
Gallerie d’Italia
4.6/5
109 Reviews
Milan
280m from downtown
Square
莲子99
"From Milano Cathedral through the second arcade, a small square, a large number of tourists, because the statue of Leonardo da Vinci in the center, so called Leonardo da Vinci square."
TOP 10
Parco delle Basiliche
4.3/5
32 Reviews
Milan
1.1km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
门子乀
"The Cathedral of Milan, Italy, is the largest church in the Middle Ages in Europe, which can hold religious activities for 40,000 people. Lying on the lawn to bask in the sun, enjoy the sun, and occasionally go on a picnic. Just think about it."
TOP 11
Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore
5.0/5
2 Reviews
Milan
781m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
coldwar
"This baroque church and bell tower originated in 417 and was rebuilt in the 11th century. It is located in the center of Milan. There is an exquisite bell tower on the facade, which was rebuilt in the 17th century. Inside, there is a separate nave with ribbed vaults and two aisles. The Presbyterian Church contains an attractive high-level altar with two angels on both sides, four paintings on all sides and two-story two-tone stained glass windows."
TOP 12
Chiesa di San Cristoforo sul Naviglio
4.8/5
5 Reviews
Milan
3.2km from downtown
Other Places of Worship
187***64
"A place with great cultural characteristics and history is considered a landmark building"
TOP 13
Battistero Paleocristiano
4.7/5
3 Reviews
Milan
336m from downtown
Other Places of Worship
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"Milan is so romantic, slow-paced city, beautiful! It is an important transportation point in the south of Europe. It has a long history and is famous for its architecture, fashion, art, painting, opera, football, and tourism."
TOP 14
Santa Maria della Scala in San Fedele
4.7/5
15 Reviews
Milan
410m from downtown
Historical Architecture
khcc
"When I wanted to go back to Rome after lunch, I came across this small church. It was old in appearance and obviously not a large-scale church. It's free to go in and you can visit it at will. After reading it, you are not impressed, so I rushed to the train station after shopping."

Reasons to Recommend: Santa Maria della Scala is a Jesuit church situated in the center of Milan, Italy. The church was designed by the architect Pellegrino Tibaldi and was finished in 1569. The interior of the church is comprised of a single nave which is divided into two spans that have tall granite columns. The presbytery was added in the 17th century and designed by Francesco Maria Richino, who also designed the famous sacristy. The church is filled with artwork including a 13th century fresco that shows a Madonna with child called the "Madonna delle Ballerine". Other artworks include a Pietà by Simone Peterzano, a St. Ignatius by Giovanni Battista Crespi, and a Transfiguration, by Lucio Fontana.

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TOP 15
San Carlo al Corso
4.6/5
11 Reviews
Milan
719m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
coldwar
"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"
TOP 16
Santuario San Camillo de Lellis
4.5/5
2 Reviews
Milan
2.3km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
coldwar
"On the way from the hotel to the tram stop, I saw the church of San Camilo dell'Elis, with a statue in front of the church. The original meaning of architecture is to be a protector of the weak. There are three channels, one of which is very wide and narrow on both sides. Beautiful interior decoration made of mosaics and murals"
TOP 17
Church of Sant'Antonio Abate
4.5/5
2 Reviews
Milan
718m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
coldwar
"The history of the Church of San Antonio can be traced back to 1272, when the Friars Antonia devoted themselves to treating the victims of the fire. The frescoes on the ceiling are surreal, some of them look like 3D, not far from the cathedral square."
TOP 18
Castello Cova
4.5/5
5 Reviews
Milan
1.1km from downtown
Castle
coldwar
"This building built in the early nineteenth century looks far beyond its real time. Of course, this is a new medieval pattern. The red and white buildings meet each other. Compared with the gray historical buildings before Milan, it is still More eye-catching, beside the church of San Ambrezzo"
TOP 19
Basilica di San Calimero
4.5/5
6 Reviews
Milan
1.1km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
coldwar
"The Basilica of San Calimoro is of ancient origin and was built in the fifth century with the Temple of Apollo. Restored by the architect Angelocola in 1882, it is now presented in a neo-Romanesque style, decorated with gold and mosaics inside, and also provides valuable works of art to watch"
TOP 20
Certosa di Milano
4.5/5
20 Reviews
Milan
6.1km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
门子乀
"It is worth checking out, there are some famous paintings in it. If you are lucky, you can also run into a tour group and overhear the explanation. Now it is an ordinary neighborhood church. If you have free time, you can visit it."