Stop to admire the church from 379 AD in Milan-Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio(Sant Ambrogia) in Milan

Milan, the beautiful city in Italy is one of the best holidaying destination with lots of attractions and luxurious holiday villas and resorts with utmost privacy and profound hospitality. Though, Milan city is applauded as Italy’s ‘fashion capital’, Milan do possess a rich historical side which you shouldn’t miss when you’re holidaying in Milan. One such beautiful and historical landmark to visit in Milan is the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio(Sant Ambrogia), an ancient Roman Catholic church building that belongs to 379 AD & built by St. Ambrose in Milan, Italy. From Milan city’s centre you can reach Sant Ambrogia by travelling just 3 kilometres following the navigations properly. When you look at Sant Ambrogia, you’ll be amazed by the finest architecture and picturesque appeal it possess from both it’s exterior and interior architectures, and especially by the wall paintings, painted ceilings, bell towers and multi column pillars representing the Romanesque style. Do visit Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio(Sant Ambrogia), which is one of the most important & well preserved ancient architecture in Milan.