Photographer's Note

The Santa Maria delle Grazie was a Gothic church , but became one of Milan's most important Renassaince buildings, because of it's special Dome.
The chruch belongs to a Dominicanconvent, where Leonardo da Vinci painted his Last Supper,that you can see only with an appointment today, also because of the Da vinci Code of course.
From the internal yard you have a wonderful view at the Dome.
I have choosen for a picture of the inside of the church, beautiful decorated in Renassaince-style. The whole church itself is worth visiting, inside and outside.
Edited in PSP9

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