Today it stands less elegantly, surrounded by modern buildings which do their best to dwarf.
more than usually pretty Baroque style that once stood in meadow land, its position explaining the name ' San Vito in the pasture'. Today it stands less elegantly, surrounded by modern buildings which do their best to dwarf and ignore it. Mass is celebrated here at midday, the church having been reconsecrated after a long deconsecration period. Inside, the church has lost all its movable decoration, although the stucco work is interesting. Note too the Roman remains around the outside, the church having been built on the side of Roman Milan's Hercules Baths, one of the last pagan works completed in the third-century before the city became Christian. Those not inclined to make the detour to see the Casa Litta will content themselves with turning right earlier, into Via Durini. Here, to the right, you will find the church of Santa Maria della Sanit, with its weird-looking faade. It has long been held to look like a cello, but the elliptical window above the door looks like a beak to me, so that with the round windows
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