Nazar Roman Joule Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in Milan. This is a historic building of the 14th century, but it first existed in the 4th century A.D., but it was destroyed later. Today's buildings are built on ruins. There are ancient murals in medieval buildings.
It's worth seeing. The natural scenery is very good and beautiful.
The long-standing church, which is quiet, is a good place to pray.
Very big and bold, Italian architecture is still very attractive.
Red brick structures are rare in Milan's most important churches. The interior decoration is also very simple. There are no murals on the dome and wall, let alone the dazzling eyes. Even the saint's Memorial platform does not have too many seats, so it is a simple statue. Maybe it's because this protection of the ancient times has the effect of returning to the real world.