Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso, Milan
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso is located in Milan. For Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso and beyond, use our Milan trip itinerary builder to get the most from your Milan vacation.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
La costruzione di questa chiesa inizia nel 1590, al suo interno una sola navata con alcune cappelle laterali, nel 1783 vengono aggiunte molte opere, bella la pietra rotonda forata con 13 raggi incisi ... read more »The construction of this Church began in 1590, inside a single nave with side chapels, in 1783 are added many works, nice round stone with holes in the floor of the nave with rays etched 13 mass. Very nice also the 16th century choir stalls and some paintings and frescoes of the 16th and 17th centuries.show original
Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso расположена в историческом центре Милана, так что ее посетить можно без особого труда. Хотя ничем особо примечательным она не отличается, такая обычная церковь с карт... read more »Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso is located in the historic centre of Milan, so you can easily visit. Although nothing particularly notable, she is not notable, this plain church with paintings by local artists on the Italian biblical themes.show original
Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso - церковь 16 века с барочным фасадом 19 века. Не могу сказать, что особо чем-то примечательна. Посмотрели, внутри как и полагается, картины на религиозную тематику. О... read more »Chiesa di Santa Maria al Paradiso-16 century church with Baroque façade of the 19 century. Can't say that something is notable. Looked inside and paintings on religious themes. A must place to visit is still not believed.show original
Milano da vedereAlong porta Vigentina we find the Church of Santa Maria al Paradiso. Begun in 1590 by Gaspare Visconti, it was early in the Church of the friars of the third order regular of St. Francis. Two years later came the Served that led Saint Lucia, by Francesco factory and the stone on which St. Barnabas on March 13 of 51 a.d. planted the cross when he arrived in Milan announcing Christianity. The presence of this stone has given rise to the festa del tredesin de Mars, March 13 memo. The façade we can see today is: nineteenth-century neo-Baroque style is in two bipartite superimposed orders from a ledge. On the left side of the Church, next to the apse, there is the high brick Bell Tower with belfry and clock. Inside you can admire 17th century decorations: putti and swags and the joyful mysteries and other scenes from the life of Mary. On the vault of the nave, on the other hand, is depicted the assumption of Mary. In the niche on the right wall of the presbytery there is the pipe organ built in 1827.show original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.