Leonardo da Vinci’s mural of the Last Supper is one of the most recognizable pieces of Renaissance art, and for good reason—da Vinci’s portrayal of the disciples’ emotion is unmatched by artists past and present. Painted on a wall in the Convent of Santa Maria, the work has survived five hundred years of harsh wear and tear, including Allied bombs during World War II. This tour, guided by the knowledgeable Sara Cerri, will take you to see this seminal piece of art, as well as the historic Sforza Castle, once the home of Milan’s ruling family. Inside the castle, you’ll get to enjoy a lot of notable artwork, including Michelangelo’s enigmatic final sculpture of Jesus and Mary.
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