This church is not far from the church where the last supper was served. If you are lucky, you will also encounter church volunteers to explain the church and its paintings to you, which is worth visiting. Every Sunday from October to June, the church celebrates Byzantine ceremonies in Greek according to Italian-Albanian tradition.
Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore wasn't on our initial hit list of things to see when we were in Milan, but an adorable store owner told me about it, so we decided to check it out. This little jewel is simply stunning and I'm so glad we decided to pop in and check it out. The artwork is impressive.
St. Maurizo's Church is about ten minutes'walk from the Cathedral of the Central Monastery. It's worth seeing. If you like music, then there are some performances in the evening, you can ask the specific date of the Milan Tourist Bureau, you can also participate in the free half-day tour of Milan, the mid-sixteenth century architecture.
Brothers Luini's frescos are excellent!