In the southern suburbs of Milan, the church is in a fairly close building area. This church belongs to the Pentecostal evangelical church, the Assembly of Gods in Italy. There is also a large twelve-pointed star inside, embedded in the marble floor in the dark. It is said to represent the apostle or the zodiac.
I don't think it has a particularly big impression. It seems that there is nothing special about other churches, but there are twelve statues in the interior of the church. Maybe this is more interesting!
The building is not very big, but it has many interesting details.
The three triangles at the top face the road, where the church once met. Although the building is not very big, it has many interesting details. For example, the time board at the door seems to have the time of a cult written on it. Such a term is a bit interesting. In addition, some paintings embedded in the facade of the building always reflect the relationship with nature and religion.