It is an outstanding testimony to the history and art of Milan from the 5th to the 17th century. It was dismantled by the Austrians in 1782, and finally closed by the French to store iron and horse-drawn carriages. Only a small part of the 11th century church has survived to this day. You can see Roman and medieval items in the restored basement.
A wall preserved in the city center feels like a ruin on the corner, and there is a black monument next to it to commemorate the history of this remains of a few brick walls. There is a crypt under the ruins, and the structure of the dome is quite distinctive.
The architecture is very artistic, there are not many buildings near the trees, a good place to linger
My environment is very quiet, gentle and solemn, and solemn
Beautiful scenery, lots of fun and reasonable price.