Chiesa di San Paolo Converso, Milan
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
San Paolo Converso is a former Roman Catholic church in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy.Built in 1546-1580 for the convent of the Order of the Angeliche, it has a nave with barrel vault with a wall dividing the church reserved to the nuns to that for the common faithful, like in San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore.The Baroque façade was designed in 1613 by Giovan Battista Crespi. The interior houses canvasses from the Cremonese masters Giulio, Antonio and Vincenzo Campi. The hall of the nuns had once a Pentecost by Simone Peterzano, now in the nearby church of Sant'Eufemia.The church is now privately owned.Arrange to visit Chiesa di San Paolo Converso and other attractions in Milan using our Milan vacation generator.
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Siamo stati consigliati di dare un'occhiata a questa bellissima chiesa in stile barocco e pienissima di affreschi - sconsacrata - ora sede di un importante studio di architetti. All'entrata enormi por... read more »
Chiesa di San Paolo Converso красивая барочная церковь, к сожалению в настоящий момент она не действующая, что не может не печалить, поэтому внутрь попасть не удалось. Сделать это можно только в перио... read more »Chiesa di San Paolo Converso is a beautiful baroque church, unfortunately at the moment she is not acting, that can not pečalit′, so inside get failed. This can be done only during fair because now it is not a church, and a kind of showroom.show original
Церковь di San Paolo Converso находится на Via Sant'Eufemia и соседствует с одноименной церковью. Сюда можно добраться на метро по желтой ветке. Церковь расположена по середине между станциями Missori... read more »Church di San Paolo Converso is on Via Sant'Eufemia and coexists with the homonymous Church. You can get here by subway yellow branch. The Church is located in the middle between the stations of Missori Crocetta. But inside you will not be connected. This is now the former chapel is now used as an exhibition space, and in the middle of the 20 century, there even was a recording Studio. The Church itself was built in the middle of 16 century. Building naturally restored.show original
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