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Chiesa di Santa Maria Incoronata

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Chiesa di Santa Maria Incoronata

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Book ahead to reserve your spot on this 'Last Supper' guided tour in Milan, limited to a group of 15 people to ensure an intimate atmosphere. Booking in advance means you avoid the long lines outside of the UNESCO-listed Santa Maria delle Grazie, while guide commentary—heard clearly through provided headsets—reveals little-known information you may have missed if exploring alone.
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Jan. 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,108 contributions442 helpful votes
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I had never seen a church like this before. It seems to be 2 churches side by side with the same façade. Inside there are 2 separate aisles and what appears to be an altar at the head of each aisle. I don't know how it must work. I presume services are given at separate times in the different aisles. Originally it was one church built in the Middle Ages and a convent was built alongside it in the 15th century. It's rather weird and unique.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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differentname wrote a review Oct. 2019
Woodbridge, Connecticut2,599 contributions426 helpful votes
Bianca Maria Visconti (as in illegitimate daughter of Fillippo Maria Visconti of the noble Visconti family and Duke of Milan before Francesco Sforza, the fella that she married), was fed up with her husband’s affairs, had the second mirror entry built to be a public testament to the couple’s love and fidelity. She was an intelligent and imaginative lady with a lot of political proficiency, as evidenced by her savvy scheme of twin facades enclosing ‘twin hearts and one church’ to remind the Milanese of her sacred union with her adulterous husband, Duke of Milan, who impregnated her with eight children, which we assume were his.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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hiki wrote a review Oct. 2019
lüneburg,germany97 contributions73 helpful votes
the area around via moscova is tourist free. The church with its unusal double nave is visited by the locals for services. We managed to attend a Sunday evening service. Astonishingly full, but just local people
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Thomas Ozbun wrote a review Dec. 2018
Vicenza, Italy982 contributions234 helpful votes
This church was built in the 15th century in the Gothic style, a rare example of double-facaded church since it is formed by two identical facades. Worth a look if you happen by.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Marcey D wrote a review Mar. 2016
North Richland Hills, Texas281 contributions30 helpful votes
Worth a peep! History and culture abound in Milan in its grand architect and gothic ancient churches, and this one does not let you down on any of those points!
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Date of experience: March 2016
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