St. Federick's Hall, built in the 16th century, is a historical building designed in a typical Catholic counter-revolutionary style. Some of the church's works of art come from other demolished churches, making room for the nearby opera house. Free visit. Two Euros is needed to hire a commentator.
Here is also OK, when the holidays can take children to play together, greening many surrounding entertainment facilities complete set.
It is said that the ancillary building in the past or in the monastery, whether ancient or modern art collections, is very beautiful.
I like it very much. It's the most representative building of the Romanik era in Milan. It's not a very big church.
Much about the history and culture here, whether ancient or modern art collections, is great.
The church covers a large area and needs at least half a day's strolling.
It's really beautiful here, both in ancient and modern art collections.
Italian style church building, unique style, exquisite architecture