In the second half of the IV century Milan radically changes its shape, mainly due to the influential and providential work of bishop Ambrogio, who promotes the building of many places of worship.
This marks the birth of the Ambrosian basilicas, built just outside the roman city walls, along main access routes to the city.
- Sant’Ambrogio, i Chiostri e la Canonica: Basilica Martyrum
- SS. Apostoli e Nazaro: Basilica Apostolorum
- San Giovanni in Conca: from Early Christian basilica to private chapel of the Visconti family
- San Simpliciano: Basilica Virginum or Sant’Eustorgio: relic chest of the Magi
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