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Chiesa di S. Martino Vescovo, Magenta

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TripAdvisor
  • Almost unexpectedly walking through Magenta appears this great Church announced by his huge bell tower. A discovery for people like me who goes to Magenta just for work.
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  • like all churches where you can visit up to now, imposing, so another piece of history to be preserved with care in this country. recommended visit
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  • The Basilica is worth a visit, some quick information: The Facade in polychrome marbles: it was designed by architect Mariani, work began in 1932 were completed only in 1959; On 3 March 1948 arri vò ecclesiastical recognition by the Pope Pius XII with the elevation of the Church to minor Basilica. At the entrance of the Basilica a valuable ope ra craftsman wooden Horn supports the ancient organ Prestinari; The organ with its 1600 reeds is one of the most magnificent instruments made by master organ builders m.
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  • Pastor imbecile. How do you play always the bells, even on Saturday and Sunday morning?! I don't understand how anyone can be so clueless as to not understand that there are people who are working and can rest only on weekends ... went to dig the ground, then see if he wants to play again. They had at least a harmonious sound or pleasant to listen, instead are din don randomly fired just to break the caz * or people.
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  • beautiful façade
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