I don't know Italian. I ride my bicycle and hold the map of Milan. I can see the church around the clock. Take off your hat and go in. It's good and worth seeing. Don't compare the size of Milan Cathedral. Each cathedral has its own characteristics. It's still more delicate inside.
Bramante's early Renaissance design was built with a visual illusion that the interior space was very large. At that time, it was very advanced. It was very close to Milan Cathedral. It was built at the end of the fifteenth century and could not be photographed when visiting.
This is not a famous tourist spot, but a famous religious place. The famous paintings are really precious. Come and worship Xiao Qingxin quickly.
The Notre Dame Cathedral of Saint Sardinia, located in downtown Milan, is one of the oldest Catholic churches in Milan. It is free to visit. On Sunday morning, the church has religious activities which are not open to the outside world. The inner space of the church is very large. The golden and brilliant paintings on the top of the ceiling and the bright religious totems around the Cathedral are respectable.
Santa Maria presso San Satiro is a Roman Catholic Church in Milan, Italy. The site's earliest religious architecture was built by Archbishop Anspertus in 879 to honor the brothers of Saint Saddy and Saint Anglo. The current church was built by Duke Sforza from 1472 to 1482. According to some documents, the designer was Donato Bramante from Marquez. However, recent documents prove that Bramante only designed the Hall of Saints. Most of his works came from Giovanni · Antonio · Amadeo, who designed the facade. Initially, the interior was painted white and gold. The Bell Tower is still a relic of Roman architecture before it was rebuilt in the 1480's. The attached Baptist Hall was built in the 15th century.
Every time I come to this Notre Dame Hall, I am deeply shocked by his peaceful atmosphere.
There are many churches to visit here, each of which has its own characteristics.