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Church of Santa Mariain Milan, Italy

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This secret place near Piazza Duomo is an island of peace and tranquility amongst the hustle and bustling city.
Church of Santa Maria, Milan
Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro is located near Piazza Duomo, in an alley behind a flower stall. In appearance it is inconspicuous, and not knowing of its existence, it is easy to pass by. Inside the church are frescoes, statues, magnificent painted dome, and looked at the altar, you will see conceived by the architect of many years ago an unusual optical illusion.

The church can not be photographed. People come here to pray to the Madonna and to make donations. In the church, you can often find volunteers who are happy to tell the story of this place.

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#6See extraordinary optical illusion in the church of Santa Maria in MilanSee extraordinary optical illusion in the church of Santa MariaEugene Krasowski

Here you will see an optical illusion, conceived the brilliant architect of 600 years ago!

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Location: Via Torino, 17/19

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from 7:30 am to 7 pm

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