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Last Supper

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Enrico
Enrico
October 02, 2019
L’ultima cena - “the last supper”. Crazy painting!
Giovanni
Giovanni
September 14, 2019
The Cenacle is a wall fresco obtained with a dry mixed technique on plaster by Leonardo da Vinci, dating back to 1495-1498 and preserved in the ex-Renaissance refectory of the convent adjacent to the sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan.
Joy
Joy
July 31, 2019
An incredible painting that survived the war and struggles to stay alive.
Daniela E Sebastian
Daniela E Sebastian
June 22, 2019
Attractions, Religious buildings and sites : Da Vincis Last Supper painting in Milan Perhaps one of the most famous paintings in the world, da Vinci’s The Last Supper has been reproduced to death, but no tote bag or mouse pad or even large-scale reproduction can adequately capture the artist’s…
Giorgia
Giorgia
February 14, 2019
Not enough word to describe it. Unmissable! Remember it best be booked in advance

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Location
2 Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie
Milano, Lombardia 20123
Magenta - San Vittore
Phone+39 02 9280 0360
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 8:15 AM
Credit Cards
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