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Museo Cenacolo Vinciano

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Naiadi
Naiadi
November 29, 2015
It is the most famous representation of the Last Supper, Leonardo's masterpiece and the Italian Renaissance in general preserved in the former refectory of the Renaissance convent.
Federica
Federica
September 8, 2015
The Last Supper! The original one :-)
Ciro
Ciro
January 2, 2016
historical Leonardo Da Vinci's painting, beautiful Church to visit.
Alessandra
Alessandra
October 8, 2015
The best of Leonardo da Vinci
Jenny E Thomas
Jenny E Thomas
February 11, 2016
Visit the las supper

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Science Museum
“THE MUSEUM   Visit one of the most attractive historical sites in Milano and travel in the past, present and future of science and technology.   Born in 1953, the Museum is one of the largest science and technology museums in Europe. Nestled in the cloisters of a Renaissance monastery, it covers about 50,000 square meters.   Do not miss the New Galleries, the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. A spectacular journey among 170 historical models, works of art, ancient volumes and immersive installations to discover the life and the works of Da Vinci the engineer and humanist.   Discover extraordinary objects such as steam trains, the Luna Rossa AC72 catamaran, the brigantine schooner Ebe, the deck of the Conte Biancamano transatlantic, the Enrico Toti submarine and the Vega space launcher.   Explore the Space area displaying the only Moon fragment on show in Italy and visit the exhibition Fragility and Beauty.”
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Opera House
“Milan’s Teatro alla Scala is the most famous opera house in the world and an unmissable destination for music and culture devotees. Many of the operas singers, performers, conductors, dancers and directors who have made history - from Bellini to Verdi, Maria Callas, Pavarotti, Carla Fracci and Luchino Visconti - have trodden this hallowed stage, presenting the best of the best in global Arts.   Yet this has not always been the case: La Scala was constructed in just two years (1776-78) by the architect Giuseppe Piermarini and, over time, it served numerous functions, for a period it was even a gambling venue for the Milanese bourgeoisie.   It soon became the most fashionable and most imitated theatre in the world and, during its history, it underwent various reconstructions: for the first time in 1943, in the wake of the destruction of WW2. It was then extended and restored between 2002 and 2004 and, finally, it faced its most recent and most impactful restoration in 2014.   A live performance at Teatro alla Scala is a mesmerizing experience that goes way beyond the musical and theatrical excellence presented on stage. The enchanted atmosphere, the acoustics, the prevalence of the sumptuous red and gold that are a trademark of the great theatres of the world, the magnificence of a venue steeped in history and culture: all adds up to a celebration of the power of the stage, an essential part of the history of humanity since ancient times.   If performance tickets are sold out you can always visit the adjacent museum which grants you a peek of the theatre from one of the stages. (NB: entry is only permitted if shows, public events or rehearsals are not in progress: check out the best times on the official website where you can also enjoy a ''virtual tour'' around all the theatre areas.) ”
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Церковь
“Important places have their own Patron Saint or protector and Milano is certainly no exception: St. Ambrose, bishop of the city from 374 to 397, was one of the most important personalities of the 4th century Church.  He was very highly esteemed and, to this day, throughout the diocese of Milano the Holy Mass is celebrated in the Ambrosian Rite, slightly different from the Roman rite celebrated in the rest of the world.   A visit to this church dedicated to the Patron Saint is definitely a must: the Sant'Ambrogio Basilica is one of the most important churches in the world, the cradle of history and spirituality in Milano and a paradigm of the Romanesque style. Heartfelt popular devotion revolves around the basilica, which has always been a destination for pilgrims and visitors, as it does around the other churches founded by the holy Bishop: San Simpliciano and San Nazaro Maggiore.   The basilica’s entrance, the columns of the magnificent atrium, their capitals carved in amazing relief, anticipate the venerated atmosphere within the church.   Built between 379 and 386, and then rebuilt in the Romanesque period, it was originally named Basilica Martyrum (Basilica of the Martyrs) at the behest of St. Ambrose. Erected at the centre of a large area (Hortus Philipphi) reserved for Christian burials and characterized by the presence of small cells in commemoration of the martyrs, the basilica - dedicated to the martyrs Gervasio and Protasio - still preserves the remains of the two saints, and of St. Ambrose himself, beneath the altar.    Absolutely not to be missed is the splendid Golden Altar by the master goldsmith Vuolvinio (835 AD) with stunning carved scenes from the life of Christ on the front and from the life of St. Ambrose on the back. Also remarkable is the vast apse mosaic depicting the Redeemer between Saints Gervasio and Protasio and the imposing late-Roman sarchopagus of Stilicho.    The chapel of San Vittore in Ciel d’Oro definitely deserves a visit: the small trapezoidal room with a crypt was originally independent of the basilica, closed by an apse. It takes its name from the golden tesserae of the vaulted ceiling and boasts the oldest-known depiction of Bishop Ambrose, whose face is represented with extreme realism despite the complexity of the mosaic technique. The bust of St. Vittore is depicted with gold tesserae in the highest part of the dome, the jewelled crown of martyrs placed on his head.   INTERESTING FACTS   In the central nave, on top of a column in Elba porphyry, lies a sinuous bronze serpent. According to legend, it was forged in the desert by Moses to defend his people from the reptile’s bite. Indeed it was believed that anyone who had been bitten could have their life saved by simply looking at this bronze sculpted snake.   The story of the snake’s arrival in the Basilica is even more legendary. Around AD 1000, Arnolfo, Archbishop of Milano, set off to Constantinople to bring back with him a Byzantine bride for the Emperor Otto III. The mission failed because the emperor died before seeing his bride and the princess was repatriated soon after: but the bronze serpent, which was one of the wedding gifts, remained in Milano.   As soon as it was placed in the Basilica, the Milanese started talking about it as a magical object with healing properties, which could cure diseases.   There is more to the legend: it is said that the snake will come to life on doomsday and that it will slide down from the column and return to the Valley of Josaphat, where it was originally forged by the hands of Moses.   Outside the basilica stands a pillar called "the devil's column" as, according to popular legend, the devil's horns punctured two holes in the shaft of the column when he was thrown against it by St. Ambrose during a fight they had right in front of it.   ”
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Местоположение
2 Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie
Milano, Lombardei 20123
Номер телефона02 9280 0360