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In order to fight any further diffusion of COVID-19, public and private meetings are strongly discouraged in all the country.
People must stay at home. A distance of a meter or so is kept in case of any personal encounters. Webcams have temporarily become the default communication tool.
Shops, bars, restaurants, museums, exhibitions, theaters, concert halls and cinemas are closed till Monday, April 13 at least; so are schools and universities. Supermarkets, pharmacies, tobacconists and computer shops are allowed to make exceptions to the rule. Sport events have been suspended at all. More official news here.

 
Of Early Christian origin, first rebuilt in the 11th century and then again in the 12th and 13th centuries, the church of Sant'Eustorgio has been run by Dominicans since 1220. Relics claimed to be of the Three Wise Men are guarded here.

From behind the main altar the splendid Cappella Portinari can be reached. It's a testimonial of the early Tuscan Renaissance, with 15th-century frescoes by Vincenzo Foppa (the Storie di San Pietro Martire) and the 14th-century Arca di San Pietro Martire, by Giovanni di Balduccio.


Sant'Eustorgio Sant'AmbrogioTicinese

Corso di Porta Ticinese 
Ticinese district
subwaySant'Ambrogio
Point of Interest map


 
 

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