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San Fedele Church, Milan

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San Fedele is a Jesuit church in Milan, northern Italy. It is entitled to St. Fidelis of Como, patron of the Catholic diocese of Como.Located in Saint Fedele Square in the centre of the city, near the Palazzo Marino, the Teatro alla Scala and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the church was commissioned by Charles Borromeo from Pellegrino Tibaldi (1559).DescriptionThe interior is on a single nave, with tall columns in granite. The presbytery was prolonged in the 17th century by Francesco Maria Richino, who also designed the notable sacristy.The interior is decorated with artworks that include a Pietà by Simone Peterzano, a St. Ignatius by Giovanni Battista Crespi (il Cerano) and a Transfiguration, by Lucio Fontana. A Madonna of the Snake by Ambrogio Figino, once found in the church, is now in the church of Sant'Antonio Abate of the city.
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  • August 15, 2017
    The Church of San Fedele, built in the 16th century by order of Saint Charles Borromeo to host the society of Jesus, is considered the reference model for the sacred architecture of the art of the Reformation. The Interior has a single nave, divided into two sections. In the crypt are preserved the stations of the cross (Lucio Fontana).
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  • August 7, 2017
    Chiesa di San Fedele stands on the square of the same name in the Centre of Milan. Built in the years 1527-1596 in strict classical style of Church architecture of the time. In the Church Chiesa di San Fedele is the most famous "Pietà" Simona Peterciano-image of our Lady of Sorrows at removal of Jesus Christ from the cross.
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  • August 2, 2017
    Commissioned by san Carlo Borromeo to the society of Jesus, it was built by Pellegrino Tibaldi (1569) following the guidelines of the Council of Trent. To highlight the main altar of Pietro Pestagalli (1835) and the descent, Simone Peterzano (1573-1578). Curious the chapel of the dancers, who receives this name because until the eighties La Scala dancers brought flowers the night before the debut to the altar of the Madonna del Latte.
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  • Beautiful cathedral...
  • Beautiful facade, interior and sacristy.
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  • Unfortunately I could not see her in, because it was closed. Finally today 26 feb, I could visit it as it is so beautiful and well worth it. Different from other churches, you can take a ride with a guided tour, starting from the inside and down into the crypt. There are several works that were part of the Church Maria della Scala, transported before being demolished.
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