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Chiesa di San Raffaele, Milan

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  • We visited many Milanese churches--This was our favorite. The congregation dates back to 900 AD age range. They are still going strong across the millennia. What is really cool is that the sanctuary a...  more »
  • The Church was rebuilt in 1575, at the behest of Saint Charles Borromeo. Its location in a side street of Viale Vittorio Emanuele II, a true hidden treasure, as close to the Duomo. Its impressive façade and very characteristic, added later, are the seventeenth-century portals, while the upper part is of the late nineteenth century. The Interior has three naves, divided into two columns, conserves paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries. There are many notable works, but two works are true masterpieces, they deserve the attention, in the priest.
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  • What you see now is the new building, in late Renaissance style, consecrated in 1582. The Interior is rich in paintings of great artistic value, above the altar, a large painting, which reproduces the dinner of the Jews and a painting which deserves is the San Girolamo, down the right aisle.
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  • Beautiful facade.
  • It's really a great grace to have in the center of a city a corner where you can gather in silence in the presence of the Holy almost always exposed. Cosy, quiet, where you can stop, listen and pray and worship. Really a refreshment for the soul.
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  • very old church
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  • It is a very old church and despite being on a busy street is little known, I unfortunately I never found open.
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  • Beautiful church inside, next to the duomo and then somewhat forgotten but worth a visit
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