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Church of San Giorgio al Palazzo, Milan
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  • Just a few minutes from Piazza Duomo along Via Torino (walking past the Church of San Satiro) in a small square lies this beautiful church. The newly restored fresco by Luini is gorgeous.
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  • another one of the hidden treasures of Milan! inside you can admire amazing paintings and frescoes of style Leonardesco, (according to the escule of Leonado da Vinci)
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  • I have done several times the location of seven churches descending via Torino, coming from the Cathedral towards c.so di Porta Ticinese. The so-called "short-course": San Satiro, Saint Sebastian, Saint Alexander, San Giorgio, San Lorenzo, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Sant'Eustorgio. Not everyone knows that the Church of Saint George was built on the ruins of an ancient Roman temple dedicated to mercury or Apollo, thanks to the first bishop of Milan, Sant'Anatolone. Here they met in 313 a.d., emperors Constantine and Licinius, Western and Eastern respectively, deciding to enact the famous edict of Milan which gave for the first time freedom of worship and faith to Christians. Nowadays its true treasure is constituted by the "cycle of Passion" painted by Bernardino Luini in 1516. Thanks to an excellent restoration work, now you can admire it in all its glory. A real hidden gem and little publicized
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