Leonardo Da Vinci painted his spectacular 29 feet wide by 15 feet high Last Supper mural, depicting Jesus' last meal with his apostles, on the dining wall of Milan’s Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie church back in 1495. It has since survived numerous wars and regimes. Visitors should arrange for tickets to view this masterpiece at least two months in advance.
Milan was once a watery city, much like Venice, with channels connecting Northern Italy’s Lake Maggiore and Lake Como and the Ticino River to other waterways and the sea. In the 1900s, most of these channels were brought underground to make room for automobiles.
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This beautiful hotel is an extraordinary destination in a city recognized for its creativity, where fashion, design, and cuisine come together.
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