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Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, Milan
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  • The Milanese and tourists can not do without visiting this basilica built in the 13th century by the Dominicans outside the medieval walls of porta ticinese, above the Roman catacombs of the early centuries AD. Of great historical and artistic interest the chapels, most notably the fifteenth-century cappella Portinari, a beautiful example of Lombard Renaissance, inspired to Brunelleschi and admirably decorated with frescoes by Vincenzo Foppa with stories of Saint Peter Martyr, preacher of the convent of Sant'Eustorgio assassinated in Seveso in 1252. At the Centre of the chapel the tomb of Saint Peter Martyr, valuable work 14th century by Giovanni di Balduccio, a pupil of Giovanni Pisano. A careful visit deserve the other chapels on the right side of the basilica, with frescoes and sculptures of Lombard masters and Campione. Hung at the front of the classroom central a nice crucifix Byzantine style of the second half of the 1200.
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  • Very busy with Milan who only partly know the treasures of this jewel of the city. To visit the cloister and the crypt below the altar
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  • History and tradition in one place, the basilica built on a pre Christian Necropolis and then resting place of 3 Magi whose relics were transferred to Constantinople from Sant'eustorgio. ... Later they were transported to Cologne as spoils of war by Frederick Barbarossa. Is also famous Ark of the Portinari Chapel Florentine family who ran the Milanese branch of the Medici Bank, worth going to.
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  • Very nice church with relicts of the Magi. And it is definitely worth paying a small admission for a the Portinari chapel with a tomb of Saint Peter Martyr. You'll also get to the catacombs!
  • We passed this beautiful quiet church a few times prior to visiting and was always intrigued by it. The outside is actually more beautiful than the inside. About 3 euros for entry i think and that will get you in the church and museum. Certainly a must visit.
  • A fascinating ancient church. Full of misteries
  • Remarkable.
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