San Giuseppe

Local nameChiesa di San Giuseppe
LocationMilan, Italy

San Giuseppe is a Baroque-style Roman Catholic church in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy.

Construction was begun in 1607 and completed in 1630. The architect was Francesco Maria Richini. The right side of the church overlooks Via Andegari, after a family with this name. It seems that the title of the street comes from the name of a family known as the "Andegardi" or "undegardi".

The interior contains large altarpieces depicting the Marriage of St Joseph and the Virgin Mary by Melchiorre Gherardini; the Death of St Joseph by Giulio Cesare Procaccini; a Holy Family by Andrea Lanzani; and a St John the Baptist by Stefano Montalti.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Giuseppe_(Milan)

Address 1 Via Andegari, Milano 20121, Italy

Coordinates 45°28'6.734" N 9°11'20.923" E

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