Nice Basilica with a big square there,looks like its an chinese architecturing.worth a little time to check it up.
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the church of one famous saint here, inside is peaceful and beuatiful. it can be a part of one tour from Castle sforsa and Civic archeaological museum because it is walkable from there.
a beautiful, amazing, global example of world class Basilica Romanica very well-preserved. I visited Sant'Ambrogio many times, almost during religious events or even traditional mass: even for non-religious people is might be a great experience of ancient spirit and extraordinary craftsmanship.
As a church history buff with a soft spot for St. Ambrose, I was more excited to visit Sant'Ambrogio than almost any other place in Milan. The ancient architectural details and furnishings and relatively newer Romanesque basilica were fascinating, and the attached Sacello di San...More
Unlike the Doumo, this church and surrounding property has been here since the 900s. The cloisters of the church are lined with pre Christian artifacts. The interior is subdued and lined with ancient frescos and mosiacs. Easy to visit using the Metro.
Mesmerising and thought provoking - we would have trouble now setting out to build this without the technology we have today. Peaceful and tranquil.
This is a little out of the way and will require a special trip. I did it during my third visit to the city after I visited the main attractions. It makes a nice walk if you stay in center Milan and like walking the...More
This church is in the wider centre of Milano, so it is not so far from Duomo to be reached on foot. By tram it is just 5,6 minutes. The entrance is free. The enterior is nice but I really liked the columns outside. Worth...More