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Leonardo’s Famous “Last Supper” is in Milan.

Milan, has a population of 5 million people. It is the greatest commercial city of Italy with many different commercial sectors. It is a magnetic point for designers, artists, photographers and designs. Milan has an ancient city centre with high and interesting structures and palazzos, which is why so many people from all over the world want to see the city of glamour.

Milan’s history, nevertheless, is deeply rooted in numerous civilizations, all of which have left a mark on its development. Like all culturally-rich Italian cities, Milan is filled with museums, art galleries, churches and palazzos. Concealed away on the wall of the Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie’s refectory, you will find da Vinci’s most famous mural, the Last Supper. Both inside and out, the elegant Duomo Gothic cathedral is a marvel to behold, with the biggest stained-glass windows on the planet. Among Italy’s oldest and most distinguished art schools, the Accademia di Belle Arti houses the city’s outstanding collections of Old Masters, including works by the Bellini siblings, Titian, Veronse and even non-Italians such as Goya and Rubens. For those who want to move far from paintings and basilicas, Milan’s Science and Innovation Museum, housed inside a 16th century monastery is a firm favorite– and a respectable nod to da Vinci who was as well-known for his developments as he was for his art. Milan’s abundant urban culture has actually highly impacted its cuisine, and this is the city with the 2nd greatest number of Michelin star dining establishments in Italy. An advanced side-walk café culture allows for a strong cup of coffee, delicious pastries and hours of people-watching.

Leonardo’s Famous “Last Supper” is in Milan.

Leonardo’s Famous “Last Supper” is in Milan.

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