Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan

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Santa Maria delle Grazie, a 15th-century church and Dominican convent, is home to Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper," one of the world's most famous paintings. The masterpiece is kept in separate, protected room; small groups are let in at specific times to view it. Book well in advance if you want to see the artwork. You can also admire frescoes by Ferrari, Bramantino, and Zenale. Work out when and for how long to visit Santa Maria delle Grazie and other Milan attractions using our handy Milan trip itinerary builder website .
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  •  The Last Supper, which is said to be Leonardo da Vinci's best masterpiece.  This painting is a mural in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie was located on the west side from the heart of Milan, where the Duomo is located. The brown and white plaster of the red brick was a beautiful church.  The Coupora part has a different shape than the coupora with a common dome roof, and it might be one of the sights. It seems difficult to make a reservation to see the Last Supper, but reservations are required.
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  • Small, charming Gothic church, fairly refined inside. It overlooks a plot that allows access to the cenaculo. Beautiful patio in the back of the Church free entrance, close attention between 12 and 3.30 pm Metro nearby \ line M1 red conciliazone
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  • This was the highlight of my day in Milan. We visited Santa Maria delle Grazie as part of a walking tour. It is really amazing to get and spend time so close to history. The fresco is housed in what use to be the dining room of this monastery. There is an airlock that you walk through on both entering and exiting the room with the last supper. You can take as many pictures as you like, but only without the flash. If you have a camera that can take good pictures in low light it would be best to bring that for your visit. The fresco has so much detail in person and is really amazing to see.
  • To look at the last supper painting you need to buy tickets for a specific time. We went in to purchase the tickets at 1230 and were told that it was closed and would open again at 1530. We come back at 1530 only to be told that the next available reservation was at 2015. Neither one of the workers that told us it was momentarily closing bothered to explain this to us, they just wanted us out of the ticket office.
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