Santuario San Camillo de Lellis

Santuario San Camillo de Lellis

Santuario San Camillo de Lellis
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Neighbourhood: Stazione Centrale
Central Station represents a bridge towards the future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings stretch the skyline with the majestic Unicredit Tower cutting through. Surrounding it are large towers that define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the Monumento Trombe leave one breathless. A famous building of the district is the Vertical Forest, where the innovative materials and trees planted on the terraces are a unique mix of nature and man-made construction. In the district, there is the Monumental Cemetery, known for its antique tombs with sculptures portraying angels of commemorative scenes many will find touching.
How to get there
  • Centrale • 4 min walk
  • Repubblica • 6 min walk
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OceanShark
Haarlem, The Netherlands6,311 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Couples
Camillus de Lellis was born on May 25, 1550, at Bucchianico (Abruzzo).
He established in his life the Order of Clerks Regular (Ministers of the Infirm better known as the Camillians).

De Lellis was the patron saint of the sick, nurses and hospitals and was also invoked against gambling.

In 1586 Pope Sixtus V gave the Camillions formal recognition as a congregation (that’s a Christian organization. And they meet in a particular place for worship, usually a church).

The Camilions expanded 1588 to Naples.

In 1594 St. Camillus led his Religious to Milan. The group attended to the sick of the so called Ca' Granda, the main hospital of the city.

It’s a nice church and a worth picture.
Easy to find and on a 10 minutes walk from Milan Central Station.

Tired of walking, nearby are some pubs and restaurants to regain your strength....
Written September 9, 2018
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Oaklion86
London, UK26 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Couples
My girlfriend and I were eating at a local restaurant and used trip advisor to find nearby attractions. This building was very close so we decided to go have a look. Nice looking building but overrated.
Written August 25, 2018
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Christian L
Bergen, Norway465 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Family
A church like many others you will find in Italy. Nothing very special. Nice place for a breather in the heat and beautiful.
Written July 28, 2018
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beth_sale22
Doha, Qatar263 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
My husband and I decided to have a short walk from our hotel to buy gelato and we were so glad to find this small but beautiful church on our way. We were not able to enter because it was closed when we passed by. We just took our picture together. There are many fruit stands and small grocery and gelato stores as well as restaurants near Santuario San Camillo de Lellis.
Written February 16, 2017
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junior1907
Istanbul, Türkiye196,038 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Solo
It is a beautiful church that I happened to pass by on my way from Milan Central Station to my hotel. It is very well-kept and its interior is very beautiful.
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Written January 12, 2024
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