The website of the Milanese Cathedral offers incredible perspectives of the congregation.
The house of prayer of Milan (il Duomo di Milano, in Italian) is not just one of the biggest holy places in the entire world, but at the same time is considered by many as the most wonderful church in Italy.
Yet, the church building is additionally an outstanding case of Lombard architecture. That is, dissimilar to most Italian houses of worship, the Duomo di Milano is worked in a radiant Gothic style, which makes it look like an average French church. Twofold side walkways, for instance, are to a great degree uncommon in Italian religious design.
With a nave around 150 meters long, space for forty thousand devoted and the most astounding choir windows on the planet (in any event, that is the thing that the Milanese say), the house of prayer of Milan is one of those holy places one must visit, regardless of the possibility that for all intents and purposes.
The house of God site offers 360-degree photos that enable us to respect the magnificence of this outstanding work of fourteenth century design.
The Duomo is one of the things you will visit on a trip to Italy with us.