Palazzo della Ragione Milan (and “Scrofa Semilanuta”)

The Palazzo della Ragione is located in the Piazza Mercanti and is the former town hall of Milan. Nowadays, it is mainly used for photography exhibitions. The relief depicting a sow on the facade is one of the symbols of the city.

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San Lorenzo Maggiore Basilica Milan

The San Lorenzo Maggiore Basilica is an early Christian church in Milan. Highlights include the “Madonna del Latte” near the main altar and the Sant’Aquilino Chapel. The original church was built in the 4th century, but thanks to numerous renovations, architectural elements of a more recent date can also be seen.

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Santa Maria delle Grazie Church Milan

The Santa Maria delle Grazie Church is the most visited tourist attraction in Milan. The reason for this is Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous fresco, “The Last Supper”. The church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is very much recommended to reserve a visit to the church (and especially the fresco) beforehand.

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