You need to see this ancient basilica as the monument it is, as well as the inspiration it has been for countless buildings across Europe from the Pyrenees to Germany and beyond. The altar is on full display with its Carolingian gold art work well lighted, and in the crypt the bodies of Bishop Ambrose and the two martyrs after which the temple was originally dedicated in 390 AD. It's the discovery of a link with the late Roman empire and its then capital city.
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