The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci is one of the world's most famous works of art. And it's in Milan. It's found in the Santa María delle Grazie convent (on the piazza with the same name). Thousand of tourists and locals flock here to admire this work which was completed in 1498. Many legends have been born around this place, as the convent was practically destroyed during Napoleon's bombing and the Second World War. Despite this, the work remained intact. It is inexpensive to visit this work; admission costs around 10 euros, but you must make your reservation in advance. Due to the work's conservation measures, its visits are highly controlled. Anyway, seize the opportunity to see Da Vinci's masterpiece during your visit to Milan.
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