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Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio

Milan, Italy
4.8 / 12
The temple of the IV century AD, allegedly built with the participation of St. Ambrose of Mediolan. It is believed that the basilica was erected on the very spot where the first Christians suffered martyrdom. At first the church was called the “Basilica of the Martyrs”. The building acquired a Romanesque appearance in the XI century. During the bombing of Milan in 1943, the basilica was damaged, but the medieval buildings survived and survived to this day.
Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio
Address:Piazza Sant'Ambrogio, 15, Milano
Phone:+39 02 8645 0895

Caterina de fabritiis

Fantastic romanic church. Must visit. Great spiritual location

Feran Legend

This is the oldest Roman church in Milan, the story of this church is very intriguing not very visited but very interesting place. There is a column o.. Read more »

Lukasz Piotrowski

Impressive place, visiting you feel historical and spiritual atmosphere

Rameez Javed

Loved visiting this place. The University community around is nice as well!

Mayara Menezes

It's like a gem in the middle of the city, the atmosphere is very calm in the patio. You cannot go up the towers tho. It's free of charge and worth vi.. Read more »

Doina Marilena

A wonderful place where you can find the inner peace ! Inside of the church you can see the body of Saint Ambrogio. And there is a special scent insid.. Read more »

Laura Brown

This has beautiful atmosphere and is very comfortable to walk around. The tomb of St Ambrose in the crypt is very moving. There are nice cloisters to .. Read more »

Michele Formica

Must say top basilica. The crypt with the spooky skeletons is a must although I didn't have my glasses so I couldn't see it clearly. Probably best or .. Read more »

Kristen Sadler

A beautiful building and grounds. I was more enthralled though by the archeology dig taking place out the front of the basilica. You can watch from th.. Read more »

Jeray Callado

Beautiful, simple place. Houses the bodies of a saint and two martyrs from the 3rd century. They are visible to guests behind a clear glass. They have.. Read more »

Marthe andAntoine Danzin

Magnificent. Worth visiting with a guide or some knowledge before hand so you can actually look at the building rather than looking at your guidebook... Read more »


What a beautiful place to be attractive and it worth to pay time to stop by. Here is the thing study something relative this cathedral. It make you de.. Read more »

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