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Chiesa di San Tomaso, Milan
(1.9/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • Little-known Church (although of Milan I discovered following the reviews) the Interior paintings are very beautiful but unfortunately anonymous enough sloppy 12 Church, simo century, renovated in the late 1500.
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  • More than a year after the previous review I found some paintings in decent condition, p.es. the San Carlo di Giulio Cesare Procaccini (1610), but unfortunately in the further degradation of the fresco the Virgin and child with St. Anne (as you enter to the left), where the figures are not even more recognizable, or more generally the frescoed parts out of vaults and pillars.
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  • We crossed as we were heading up to the Castle; pretty sketchy, with a short entrance staircase and a small Colonnade, this church is confused in monochrome. Still, as legend has it, is a place that deserves far more attention. The neo-classical style is evident, with columns and pediment almost like a Greek or Roman temple; but this church is witness to several centuries. Surely it is here from the year 1000 presented with full name of s. Tomaso in Terra Mala, or s. Tomaso in Cruce Sigerii, probably because it started as the family's private chapel Sigerio. Terra mala was the name by which it was known this area of Porta Comasina, but it is not yet known with certainty from where arrivals this bad rap. This curious name may refer to two different sources. The first, historical forms, as this was the area in which, during the Roman period of persecution, Christians were tortured and killed. A second version, certainly more impressive, he would narrate the story of a vicar buried him alive. Legend has it that the priest has refused to bury a man in graveyards because the widow had no pay function. Giovanni Visconti, informed, rushes to the binnacle and buries the priest into the pit prepared for the other deceased. Architecturally, the Interior has a single nave, as controriformistiche and churches by works that tell the two different phases of the church building and the neoclassical age. Don't miss the assumption into heaven of San Carlo Borromeo di Giulio Cesare Procaccini.
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