Santa Maria delle Grazie is a renowned church and Dominican convent in Milan, Italy, celebrated for housing one of the world’s most famous artworks, Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”
Built in the late 15th century, the church is a stunning example of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, with a striking facade and a beautifully decorated interior. The adjoining refectory, where “The Last Supper” is displayed, draws art enthusiasts from around the globe.
Visiting Santa Maria delle Grazie offers a chance to witness a masterpiece of art and a significant piece of religious history. Due to the immense popularity of “The Last Supper,” advance booking is often required to view the painting.