Chiesa di San Barnaba e Paolo, Milan
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches, Tourist Spots
San Barnaba is a church in Milan, Italy. It is the first edifice of the Barnabites order.Designed by Galeazzo Alessi, it is a small church with a nave with barrel vault, finishing in a square-plan presbytery.The interior includes a notable selection of Milanese Mannerist artworks: the Stigmata of St. Francis by Giovan Paolo Lomazzo, a Pietà by Aurelio Luini and, flaking the high altar, two large canvasses with Histories of St. Paul and Barnaba, Simone Peterzano's first work in the city (1572–1573).Arrange your visit to Chiesa di San Barnaba e Paolo and discover more family-friendly attractions in Milan using our Milan travel itinerary maker.
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Chiesa di San Barnaba e Paolo - церковь святого Павла и Варнавы находится рядом с небольшим парком и зданием Миланского суда. Собственно из-за здания суда мы в этой районе и оказались, а потом увидели... read more »Chiesa di San Paolo e Barnaba-Church of St. Paul and Barnabas is located next to a small park and the building of the Milan court. Actually because courthouses in this area and we were, and then saw this church. 16-century buildings with sculptures of Barnabas, Ambrose, Peter and Paul on the façade. Lush, as expected, paintings and sculptures. Beautifully.show original
al mattino dalle 9 alle 12 padre Rana ti aspetta con tanta energia positiva per liberare la tua anima da pesi e brutture.mornings from 9 to 12 father Frog is waiting for you with so much positive energy to free your soul from weights and ugliness.show original
Церковь Святых Павла и Варнавы (Chiesa di San Barnaba e Paolo) находится на Via della Commenda, 1. Прект церкви был разработан в 1561 году архитектором из Перуджи Галеаццо Алесси. В 1625 году Камилло ... read more »Church of Saints Paul and Barnabas (Chiesa di San Paolo e Barnaba) is located on the Via della Commenda, 1. The Church project was developed in year 1561 the architect Galeazzo Alessi from Perugia. In the year 1625 Camillo Procaccini was commissioned to decorate the nave and choir loft frescoes which still adorn the Church. On the façade of the church there are four niches, two of which stand statues of Saints Barnabas Ambrose. The last restoration of the Church was completed in the year 2010.show original
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