The Notre Dame Cathedral is a well-behaved church, with its brown exterior walls and smooth lines that seem uniquely smooth, but it is precisely because of this commonness that makes it stand out among the many bizarre churches in Italy. Another reason for Notre Dame's fame is that the famous painting by Da Vinci "Last Supper" hangs on the wall of Notre Dame's Cathedral of Gratitude, which attracts many painting enthusiasts. Notre Dame's Church of Gratitude is a complete architectural complex in Milan. It was built in 1492 by Brahman. His exquisite four corridors are also his works. Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece The Last Supper was painted on the wall of the monastery dining room next to the church. During World War II, the citizens of Milan protected the church wall with sandbags, which preserved the masterpiece. Over the centuries, many repairs were made, and flash photography was prohibited. Leonardo Da Vinci started writing in 1496 and finished the "Last Supper" in 1498. The painting is 4.97 metres wide. The figure in the painting is half that of the real person. It depicts the scene of Jesus having dinner with 12 disciples. The picture is full of rhythm and shows the artist's ability to depict the character's psychology. However, this is an oil painting rather than a traditional wet mural, which is very vulnerable to the erosion of the external environment, and has been repaired many times over the centuries, so that the face is totally different. In 1999, artists and scientists restored it on a large scale, restoring the original color, and removing the paint covered in the previous restoration, so as to restore its original appearance to the greatest extent.
The church is small and well-known. Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper is here. Its artistic value is second only to Mona Lisa. The church is free, the gallery fee is 15 euros, limited to 20 minutes, online said to advance a month of appointment, in fact, not early can be appointed, I 10:30 to the appointment to 20:00 that day, the church is less than 10 minutes walk from the subway entrance.
The church is famous for Leonardo Da Vinci's murals "Last Supper" in the cathedral dining hall of the congregation. It was listed as a world material and cultural heritage in 1980. On August 15, 1943, churches and courtyards were bombed by British and American aircraft. Most of the canteens were destroyed, but the wall on which the Last Supper was located survived.
Thanksgiving to Notre Dame is well known for Leonardo Da Vinci's famous painting "Last Supper". As far as the church itself is concerned, it is a model of Renaissance architecture. "Last Supper" is still very impressive. When visiting, you can't take pictures of it. It's better to make an appointment online in advance. There are many time periods available in a day, every 15 minutes.
Go to the canteen of Saint Mary's Thanksgiving Dame Church in Gothic building at the time of appointment to visit Da Vinci's top masterpiece: the last supper. It took him three years of blood to do it at the age of 43. The more you look, the more it is attracted by its bright colors and the form of the character.
Located in the city of Milan is not very busy alley, because his cafeteria collection of Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Supper" authentic works and reputation outside, to see the authentic must be required to make an appointment on the official website, otherwise you can't see it, but the church itself is very good to browse, there are very rich works of art, and many are very old, every day have. It is open to tourists at regular intervals for at least two hours after entering.
The reason why everyone is here is that there is Leonardo Da Vinci's legendary work The Last Supper. He is on the wall of the monastery dining room. This painting is very big. The figure in the painting is half bigger than the real person. The expression of the figure is delicate. The feeling of seeing the genuine product is a photograph, which can not be compared with the picture. Be sure to book tickets online in advance and only 25 people are allowed to enter every 15 minutes.
This Notre Dame Cathedral is famous all over the world for the authentic works of The Last Supper. Needless to say, advance booking is necessary, and it's 15 minutes. In fact, for laymen, a quarter of an hour is enough time to appreciate the authentic works on the wall. In addition, the interior can not be photographed. Those who want to remember can only be bought at the souvenir store at the exit.