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Chiesa di san Berrnardino alle Monache, Milan

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San Bernardino alle Monache is a Renaissance style church on Via Lanzone 13 in central Milan, Italy. This was originally a chapel within the nunnery of St Bernard. The monastery no longer exists. It was built around 1447 by designs by Pietro Antonio Solari. The interior contains frescoes from the 15th century and before. Some are attributed to Vincenzo Foppa. The church was restored in the last century.
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  • Chiesa di san Berrnardino alle Monache-beautiful and quite large church, which was built in the XV century, located on the other side of the Abrozianskoj Basilica. Inside you should pay attention to the beautiful ancient frescoes.
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  • Chiesa di san Berrnardino alle Monache-ancient church built in 15 century. Abrozianskoj is on the other side of the Basilica, actually because we saw it. The Church was once part of a monastery, which was dissolved by Napoleon in the 18 century. The Church restored, sorry couldn't get closed.
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  • The Church of San Bernardino (Chiesa di san Berrnardino alle Monache) is located on the Via Lanzone, 13, Chapel in Lombard Romanesque style started to be built in 15 century on the spot where earlier in the year 1288 was the Church. In the year 1782 the Church was abolished. After reconstruction in 1922 and 1984, the Church was reopened to the faithful and tourists.
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