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San Vito in Pasquirolo Church, Milan
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  • Built in the middle ages on a pasture ("pasquée", hence the name) previously occupied by Roman Terme incurred Herculean (sec. IV), this tiny church was completely rebuilt in its present form since 1621. After ups and downs, spoliation and periods of neglect, the Church was reopened 50 years ago and today welcomes Orthodox Rite faithful. To see inside stucco and frescoes. (visited on October 16, 2016)
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  • beautiful snow-white Church of San Vito in Pasquirolo Church is located near the Duomo and at present you can visit after reconstruction. Go here quite nicely, despite the fact that it is located in the Centre of Milan, people are not very much.
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  • The Roman Catholic Church in the Baroque San Vito in Pasquirolo Church is located near the Duomo square at Largo Corsia dei Servi, 21 Church was built in the year 1621, using sketches of Giovanni Pietro Orobono on site of former Milan mentions the baths. The Church was restored as recently as the year 2015 and now open to the public.
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