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The Last Supper plate
The Last Supper is one of the most famous artworks in the world, and was drawn by the international artist Leonardo da Vinci between one thousand four hundred and ninety five, and the year one thousand four hundred and ninety-eight, and placed in the Dominican convent Santa Maria del Grazie in Milan, This painting depicts the scene mentioned in the Bible, which is the dinner of Christ, peace be upon him, with several people who are known to be betraying one of them.
San Maurizio Monastery
The Monastery of San Maurizio is one of the most beautiful churches in Milan, and it was previously the most important monastery for nuns in the city, just as it is located in an area that was previously Romen, then it became Christian, and Leonardo da Vinci’s followers decorated the walls The inner monastery has a large collection of frescoes.
Santa Maria Nociente Cathedral
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Nascente, which is called “Il Duomo”, is one of the largest cathedrals in the world, with a capacity for forty thousand people, a distinctive model of Gothic art. Construction of this cathedral began in the fourteenth century, and was completed During the reign of Napoleon at the beginning of the nineteenth century, it includes columns, inscriptions, and marble statues, and also contained a bronze candlestick, and stained glass windows are considered the largest in the world.
Castello Sforzesco, near Milan’s city center, is close to the city center and contains many museums, paintings, furniture, cultural, historical, and musical instruments, among others.
St. Ambrogio Cathedral
Basilica Sant ‘Ambrogio is one of the oldest churches in Milan. It was built in the eleventh century in the place of a fourth-century church. The cathedral was named after the saint responsible for the city of Ambrogio. St. Ambrogio includes sculptures and an altar of gold. Mosaic, and lots of artifacts.