Milan, Italy: Catholic Shrines and Places of Interest in Milan
Milan is noted as being Italy’s fashion and financial capital, but it is steeped in Catholic history as well.
Among the major draws for Catholics are the tombs of St. Ambrose and St. Charles Borromeo, as well as Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper”.
Here are some of the major Catholic shrines in Milan:
Basilica of San Lorenzo: tomb of Saint Aquilinus of Cologne (coming soon)
Basilica Portiana, dating from before the time of St. Ambrose; body of the martyr St. Victor. (coming soon)
Cathedral (Duomo) of Milan (tomb of St. Charles Borremeo)
Convent of Mary Mother of Graces: Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper”
In addition sites in the city itself, there are several shrines and places of interest within a short drive or train trip. Get train & bus schedules, see fares & buy tickets here.
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