Great classic avenue in Milan with Leonardo's Last Supper and a lot of fun shops, cafes, etc.
Corso Magent is really good
Walk along Via Boccaccio in front of Nordo Station for 200 meters, turn left, and you will see a tawny church with a large dome. The church faces Corso Magenta, a street with strong antiquity colors. Facing the church, there is Leonard da Vinci’s famous painting "The Last Supper" Cenacolo Vinciano in the canteen of the monastery on the left. This painting overthrew the recognition at the time and turned it into an oil painting. As a result, it needs to be repaired many times, because it is not a wet painted mural and is easily damaged. The impression of the moment when Jesus said, "You betrayed me", is a dramatic depiction.
I really like the decoration style on the outside of the building. The red brick walls meet the white tongue paint, which expresses the obvious layering of the outline of the building. In the quiet street section, it feels like a tram. Can't see anyone. There are many shops and bars next to it among the buildings of the Art Nouveau period.