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Duomo Di Santa Maria Maddalena

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Duomo Di Santa Maria Maddalena

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Alessandro F wrote a review Nov 2020
Milan, Italy24707 contributions187277 helpful votes
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Very nice church built in 1611 on previous medieval chapel, the facade was build a century after in baroque style. Beautiful the marble portal with statues. Internal with three naves. Many beautiful paintings can be seen are all around the walls and on altars. Inside the left chapel you can see the last supper of Tiepolo
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Date of experience: November 2020
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David H wrote a review Sep 2019
Bury, United Kingdom1326 contributions385 helpful votes
It is bigger inside than it appears from the outside. In particular, it has unusual side chapels, which stretch back quite a long way. Not too far away from the main centre but in a nice quiet square.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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shelly-ann wrote a review Jul 2019
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Staying in Park Hotel and asked where a mass was on in town as it was Sunday. Mass was at 10 or half 11. Church is very beautiful and worth just going into see. Singing during the Mass was moving. Very central to get to. From our hotel it was a two minute walk.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Cricketdad wrote a review Jul 2019
Wigan, United Kingdom748 contributions374 helpful votes
Plain outside but interesting inside. Right in the centre of town. A haven of peace and quiet and reflection
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Ian C wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom23985 contributions1385 helpful votes
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The main body of church was completed in 1611, incorporating the bell tower from a previous church, along with several altarpieces, while the baroque façade was completed around a century later. The interior appears quite simple but the many altarpieces are worth looking at - and there is a helpful leaflet in English which tells you more information, including about Tiepolo's 'Last Supper' which is located in a later baroque chapel that juts out from the side of the nave. Note also the memorial inscription scratched on one of the windows and the beautiful baroque organ case in the sanctuary, a common feature of churches in this part of Italy. We arrived when a service was being held, so obviously could not visit as a tourist at that time, but by the time we had visited the Roman villa, the service was over and the church was free to visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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