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Santuario di Santa Maria alla Fontana

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Santuario di Santa Maria alla Fontana

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Piazza Santa Maria Alla Fontana 11, 20159 Milan Italy
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Dr. Winlove Mojica wrote a review Jun 2019
Manila, Philippines71 contributions20 helpful votes
Wanted to visit something free in Milan. Very good decision to go here. Entrance to the fountain is at the RIGHT side of the church (church facing you) NOT through the church. Quiet place where you can pray and meditate. NO LINES. NO FEES. Spectacular ceilings of the chapel. Go see it :)
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Date of experience: June 2019
Taenkare wrote a review Oct 2015
Toronto, Canada113 contributions19 helpful votes
Very nice church and very nice sanctuary under it. You access the actual spring by going down some stairs next to the church. I visited it early in the morning and there was nobody there. It was quite an experience. The spring is in an incredible little church with paintings dating back to the Middle Ages and make sure to have your camera handy. You can also take home little ampules of blessed/holy water. It is a sweet little memento for friends and you will be able to tell the story along with showing them pictures. Sit in one of the pews and listen to the running of the water, take your time there and enjoy. You do not need to be Catholic or believe in God/a god. This is just a magical little place tucked in the middle of a really nice neighbourhood.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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