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Sant'Eufemia, Milan

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  • Unusual for the milanese landscape, this church simple façade and Interior in white and dark bands like many Tuscan and Ligurian architecture. Revisited until the nineteenth century, anyway to visit if you're already in the area of Santa Maria in Celso e s. Alessandro.
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  • Little medieval original structure keeps qs old church that has been totally remodeled in late 1800. It's still very impressive and certainly valuable for perfect acoustics.
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  • Yesterday morning, in a warm and quiet Summer Sunday, I returned to this basilica (such is), founded in the second half of the 5th century and subjected to countless transformations that have altered irretrievably the original appearance. The main purpose was to review the Interior and especially the valuable works of art it houses (which alone are worth the visit) and the deserted classroom made me even easier the task. Having said that I confirm the positive view expressed previously, specifying for the sake of truth that the architect Enrico Terzaghi-creator of radicals remakes of 1870 and for this reason, the target of fierce criticism-interjected undoubtedly heavily and somewhat "easy", but it should not be forgotten that made him anyway on preexisting devastation, certainly not minor and however always suppressed by overly critical. Just think of the heavy and Baroque transformations introduced systematically in this typology as in most other ancient churches, during the counter reformation and for a long time yet. It is a fact, however, that the Church has absolutely extraordinary acoustics, so much so that Maria Callas to register some operas (example below, apparently from Mina). Staying on the topic of music mention the concert performed with six bells installed in the Romanesque Tower. Past the bordering former San Paolo Converso Council continuing to Italy course to the magnificent complex of Santa Maria dei Miracoli (number 37), the ancient Church of San Celso and the sanctuary of Santa Maria presso San Celso. A little further on, at number 47, you can admire Casa Grondona, vast stately home built in 1876 by Henry Terzaghi, a leading exponent of the eclectic milanese. (30 July 2017 * visited *)
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  • Beautiful and unique church.
  • it's impressive but a bit too overwhelming
  • From the outside does not apply, but the inside is really nice and worth a ride
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  • my favorite Church in Milan not large but collecting beautiful decorations and lack of bricks or stones in sight
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  • Beautiful church, with neo-Gothic Interior and vaults
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