San Sepolcro, Milan

San Sepolcro, Milan

Founded shortly after the thousand years by Benedict Ronzone and rebuilt in 1100 by his grandson with the shapes of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem. The church represents a mix of styles, the two towers were added in the 12th century, the facade was remodeled and the interior was radically renovated in the Baroque key by Frederick Borromeo. The last renovation in 19th century, was to rebuild the entire facade in Romanesque-Lombard.
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Sight Name: San Sepolcro
Sight Location: Milan, Italy
Sight Type: Religious Site
Guide(s) containing this sight: Core of Centro Storico Walking Tour  


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