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The Last Supper Tickets, Milan
The Last Supper Tickets, MilanWith Last Supper Guaranteed Reservation and Entrance Tickets you will be able to see Da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. The price also includes One Select Italy Gift Certificate valued at $5. IMPORTANT: Last Supper Guaranteed Tickets are available only for certain dates and times. If you find a date and time combination that is convenient for you, consider completing your purchase right away as ticket availability can quickly change. When in Milan, don't miss seeing the Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci! Please Note: Select Italy Gift Certificates have no inherent cash value and can only be redeemed once on Select Italy's website. Select Italy Gift Certificates are not transferable.
From $19.00 Per Person
Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus Combo Pass Milan
Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus Combo Pass MilanLeonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" (1495-97) is one of the most famous paintings in the world, but what many people don't realize is that the refectory wall on which Leonardo's masterpiece is painted is part of a much larger complex: the former Dominican monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Renaissance church was partially rebuilt by Leonardo's colleague, Donato Bramante, to house the tombs of Duke Ludovico Sforza and his family. The great Lombard architect constructed the Tribune, the serene Chiostrino delle Rane ("Frog Cloister," named after the bronze frogs on the fountain) and the Sacristy. Bramante's frescoed and vaulted Sacristy has now been restored as an exhibition space and here, in homage to the extraordinary genius of Leonardo da Vinci, a changing selection of pages from the Codex Atlanticus is on display. No longer bound as a book, but still referred to by their former name, Codex, the 1,119 individual sheets of parchment were executed by Leonardo between 1478 and 1519. They range in subject from flight to weaponry to musical instruments and from mathematics to botany to astronomy and cosmology. These intricate and exquisite drawings, along with examples of Leonardo's famous "mirror writing," will be changed every four months throughout the year so that the artist's multifarious interests can be fully explored. Combined with the visit to the Sacristy and the exhibition of the Codex Atlanticus is a chance to see more than 20 original drawings and notes by Leonardo in the portion of the Codex kept in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana. Its paintings gallery, called the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, displays one of Leonardo's most beautiful and enigmatic portraits: the "Portrait of a Musician." This small painting of a soulful youth clutching a musical manuscript was one of the highlights of the recent Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the National Gallery in London. Caravaggio's stunning still life of a basket of just-decaying fruit and original cartoons by Raphael and Michelangelo are other must-see works in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana's rich collection.
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Milan From a Different Point of View
Milan From a Different Point of ViewThis 75-minute guided group tour provides a marvelous bird's-eye view of Milan from atop the red brick towers and crenellated walls of the Sforzesco Castle. This medieval fortress, one of the largest in Europe, faces onto the expansive green spaces of the Parco Sempione in the heart of the city. An expert English-speaking guide will narrate exciting stories about past times when the castle was populated by dukes, princesses and knights, as the group is led along the fortress walls and ascends to the top of the Torre Falconiera (Falcon's Tower). The halls of the castle, once residence of the dukes of Milan, have been walked by great artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Bramante.
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Brera Art Gallery Tickets, Milan
Brera Art Gallery Tickets, MilanThe Pinacoteca di Brera is Milan's most outstanding museum and is considered one of the most prestigious art collections of the world. The collection was founded by the Austrian Hapsburgs in the late 18th century. Napoleon dramatically enlarged the collection as he planned for Milan to become a major European capital. Once Napoleon was defeated, the art works remained in Milan instead of being redistributed to the original owners. The patrons of the collections believed that a museum should benefit the whole community, and thus preserved it for visitors. Recently, two large collections of Modern Art have expanded the collection.
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