Like many countries in Europe, Italy also has its share of grandiose cathedrals and churches that will absolutely make your eyes pop out. The Milan Cathedral is one of them. It is dedicated to St. Mary of the Nativity. It is also the seat of the Archbishop of Milan. It is considered the second largest cathedral in the country, and the fifth biggest in the world.
The cathedral has a colorful history behind it. Interestingly, it took almost six centuries to complete. The construction began in 335. Many renovations came later on. Right now, it is open to tourists, and in fact, is one of Milan’s top attractions.
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