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S. Giovanni in Conca


"Ruins of the ancient church"

Founded in the early Christian era, this church was renovated in the 11th century and expanded in the 13th century. It has three naves, and became a mausoleum for the Visonti family and Bernabo was buried here in 1385. A monument to him, by the sculptor Bonino da Campione can be found in the Civic Museum in the Castello Sforzesco. Bell towers and naves were demolished to make way for Via Mazzini, and the gothic facade was also demolished and transferred to the new evangelical Waldensian church in Via Francesco Sforza. Only the crypt and the apse remain of the original church in Via Albricci.
Piazza Giuseppe Missori, Milan, Italy, 20122
"Ruins of the ancient church"
Founded in the early Christian era, this church was renovated in the 11th century and expanded in the 13th century. It has three naves, and became a mausoleum for the Visonti family and Bernabo was buried here in 1385. A monument to him, by the sculptor Bonino da Campione can be found in the Civic Museum in the Castello Sforzesco. Bell towers and naves were demolished to make way for Via Mazzini, and the gothic facade was also demolished and transferred to the new evangelical Waldensian church in Via Francesco Sforza. Only the crypt and the apse remain of the original church in Via Albricci.
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