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Saint Bernardino at Nuns, Milan

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San Bernardino alle Monache is a Renaissance style church on Via Lanzone 13 in central Milan, Italy. This was originally a chapel within the nunnery of St Bernard. The monastery no longer exists. It was built around 1447 by designs by Pietro Antonio Solari. The interior contains frescoes from the 15th century and before. Some are attributed to Vincenzo Foppa. The church was restored in the last century.
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  • Built in 1450, in red brick, the Church is all that remains of the large 14th century Monastery of Santa Maria di Cantalupo, suppressed in 1782, the Napoleonic laws.
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  • Son happened to a meeting in this delightful red brick Church, within various frescoes on the Virgin and St Agnes, the Nativity and the Annunciation of the Lombard school of the early ' 500
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  • This church, built by Pietro Antonio Solari in about 1450 on an existing ESA. XIII, is all that remains of the great fourteenth-century monastery of Santa Maria di Cantalupo, suppressed in 1798 Napoleon's laws and finally demolished in the years to follow. The church--built and named in honor of St. Bernardine of Siena, the famous preacher died a few years earlier (1444)-owes its present appearance to a large part in the restoration carried out in 1922 by Adolfo Z. The Interior has a single nave, houses some frescoes of the four to five hundred, all of the Lombard school.
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