"San Lorenzo" Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore Tip by littlesam1

Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore, Milan: 11 reviews and 29 photos

  San Lorenzo
by littlesam1

San Lorenzo is one of many beautiful basilica's to be found in Milan. The main basilica is dated to the fourth century. The basilica is found in the southwest section of the city. The church itself is round in shape and is considered one of the oldest round churches still existing. From this picture you can see part of the original medievel walls of the city behind the Basicila.

Address: Via Molino Delle Armi is one of the cross streets.
Directions: You can use the Metro line number 2 to reach San Lorenzo.
Phone: 02 8940 4129
Website: http://www.sanlorenzomaggiore.com

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Feb 13, 2003
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