San Gottardo In CorteCurrently Closed
- Address: Via Francesco Pecorari, Milano, Italy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-0272022656
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids
San Gottardo In Corte - Review
Connected to the Palazzo Reale as a ducal Chapel, this church was initially dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, but when the builder Azzone Visconti suffered from gout, he rededicated it to St. Gotthard of Hildesheim, patron of sufferers of gout. It was completed in 1336. The most striking feature of the church is the Lombard Gothic tower, famous for being Milan's first public clock by marking the first hour after sunset. Highlights of the church include the the tomb of Azzone Visconti, the painting San Carlo Borromeo in Gloria, a 14th century fresco of the Cruxifixion, and the 20th century stained glass murals.
How To reach San Gottardo In Corte by Public Transport
- Trams 9, 10; Bus N6 stop Via Vigevano V.le Gorizia
- Tram 3; Bus BdQ71, N15 stop P.za Ventiquattro Maggio
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San Gottardo In Corte, Milan Reviews
Beautifully restored, probably suffers from its proximity to Il Duomo that is relatively huge and spectacular.
It is a small chapel which can be reached directly from the street or from the museum of the Duomo. Entrance is free and pretty as it is I didn’t find anything really special about it, you will definitely find more interesting places in the town
Since 2016 this church became part of the Museum of Cathedral. That means now you can see splendid sepulcher of Azzone Visconti built around 1337, well illuminated.
Remarkable remnant of the ancient church.