St. Barbera, located in the centre of Milan, is an important Catholic Church in 10th century Milan. The entrance of the church is decorated with exquisite Baroque style. There is also a stone pillar at the main entrance of the church. There is a divine animal on the top of the pillar.
Very simple and solemn classical church, a very quiet place.
This church is quite famous in Milan, and its overall design style is very avant-garde.
It feels like the Church of St. Babylonia is really beautiful and worth it.
The environment is very good. It's beautiful to take pictures at night.
Milan is a fascinating city, a church that is not gorgeous or even slightly obscure in appearance.
The former church is now a scenic spot and must go.
A small building, even hiding in a bunch of ordinary houses and looking at the exterior walls, does not stand out as a flock of chickens. But there are other hollow senses in it. Bible-related murals spread out one by one, covered with walls and ceilings. In addition, very old organs and decorative oil paintings can be seen. This is a surprising discovery.