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Certosa di Milano

Via Garegnano 28, 20156 Milan, Italy
+39 02 3800 6301
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Amazing place rarely open

This place is so nice and has beautiful architecture but it is rarely open. If it is closed you can... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2016
Tijana P
an early baroque fresco painting exhibition

this late renaissance church, once the centre of an important chartreuse, is totally decorated... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
fisici-mi
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Milan, Italy
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The Charterhouse was founded by notarial deed on September 19th, 1349 by Giovanni Visconti, archbishop and lord of Milan, who donated it to the Carthusian order, together with other personal belongings. Petrarca's account is what is left of the primary Charterhouse. In 1388 Giovanni's nephew, Luchino Novello Visconti, regarded as the second founder, donated, on his death, all his belongings to the Carthusian monks. In the XVth century the Charterhouse look was completely modified.
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23 Aug 2016
“Amazing place rarely open”
28 Jun 2016
“an early baroque fresco painting exhibition”
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Via Garegnano 28, 20156 Milan, Italy
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+39 02 3800 6301
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This place is so nice and has beautiful architecture but it is rarely open. If it is closed you can only see it from the street. I was there on thursday. It is very close to the centro storico and it is not crowded.More

Thank Tijana P
Giovanni P, Volontario at Certosa di Milano, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2016

Hello Tijana, in August the Charterhouse of Milan can be closed because there are few people to oversee the church treasures. I hope you can go over to another period, most likely towards the holiday season, and you can admire the Charterhouse in its splendor....More

Reviewed 28 June 2016

this late renaissance church, once the centre of an important chartreuse, is totally decorated inside with an extremely well preserved cycle of frescos authored by the most important lombard painters from the beginning of XVII century the colours are still very bright, and the stories...More

1  Thank fisici-mi
Reviewed 22 June 2015

When it was founded, in 1349, it was 4 km outside from Milan, surrounded by the fields. Now it's in the town, in the suburbs, close to the highway entrance, where you'll never bet to find such an amazong treasure. From the city centre, take...More

2  Thank Nannuccia
Reviewed 24 July 2014

Exquisite art, not to be missed during your Milan visit, even if located 30+ minutes from the center.

4  Thank Mary L
Reviewed 1 March 2014

I walk past this church three times a week, but never venture past the imposing frontage. Last week, however, following the loss of a dear friend, I decided to spend a few minutes in quiet contemplation, and pray for her. As I walked into the...More

6  Thank milanseagull
Reviewed 17 June 2012

Nice ancient part of italian history .. easy to find with "tram" line . near the bigger cemetery of town

2  Thank marchese m
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