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Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza dates from 1925 when its construction began, the first match was played here in 1926. In those early days this stadium was called the San Siro Stadium, a name which some still call it today. It is the home of A C Milan who were joined in 1947 by F.C. Internazionale Milano and both teams still share the stadium today. The name was changed to honour Guiseppe Meazza a two times World Cup winner who had played for both teams. The latest renovations to the stadium took place for the 1990 World Cup to bring it up to UEFA five star standards. The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza has a seating capacity of 85,700 of which 5,200 are VIP seats and 200 reserved for press. Spectators enter through 51 turnstiles where they can view the pitch that is 105 metres x 68 metres in size. Tickets for the games can costs between 11.85 Euros and 69 Euros. The Stadium is located approximately 8 kilometres from the city centre and holds guided tours, it also has a museum, which is open daily from 10am until 5pm, admission costs 12.50 Euros.
Basilica - Santuario Santa Maria delle Grazie
Santa Maria delle Grazie or Our Lady of Grace in English is a church and convent in Milan that dates from the 15th century. It is especially noted for its mural of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, which hangs in the refectory of the convent. The architect Guiniforte Solari designed the church on the orders of Duke Ludovico Sforza. The location on which it stands was the site of an old small chapel. Construction of the building began around 1465 and the convent was complete by 1469, however construction of the church was not finished until around 1490. During the Second World War the Santa Maria delle Grazie was heavily bombed and both the church and convent were almost destroyed, however the wall with the Last Supper survived. The church is open for visitors daily (except Monday). Ticket prices are €11.25 per adult, which includes a guided tour, advance bookings are recommended. The Santa Maria delle Grazie was added to the UNESCO world heritage sites list in 1980.