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Alessandro F wrote a review Dec 2019
Milan, Italy21,069 contributions137,509 helpful votes
The first church dedicated to Saint Agata was built in the 10th century , what we can see today was built in 1357 by Umiliati then passed to Friars Carmelitani. Facade very simple. Internal with one nave an five chapels for each side. Many valuable paintings can be seen inside…
Date of experience: December 2019
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545medva wrote a review Nov 2018
Budapest, Hungary3,993 contributions768 helpful votes
The church is simple nothing from outside, but inside is full of beautiful decorations, statues, frescos. Even that it is on the main street, it is very calm.
Date of experience: November 2018
travelsafer wrote a review Oct 2018
6,918 contributions319 helpful votes
I visited this church more than 4 years ago and I came back this year. The restoration brought it back to its splendor after it was severely damaged by water infiltration. The first chapel on the right has a beautiful altar dedicated to the Holy Virgin and Jesus.
Date of experience: October 2018
Simon D wrote a review Aug 2018
Manchester, United Kingdom22 contributions2 helpful votes
Visited the cloister to see a film (The Producers - not sure the Carmelite order would approve) in the evening. Atmospheric courtyard made even more so by thunder and lightning. Pleasant and organised staff. A perfect place to watch a weird movie.
Date of experience: August 2018
19chelsea70 wrote a review Nov 2017
Eastbourne, United Kingdom287 contributions86 helpful votes
From the outside plain grey walls , but once through the doors is a hiden delight. The church takes you off the busy hot streets and into the cool interior.
Date of experience: September 2017