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The Last Supper

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"The tour lasts about 45 minutes, with time limited to 15 minutes to view The Last Supper for a maximum of 35 people at a time for conservation reasons. Our tour guide was a very passionate and knowledgeable art historian; well worth the visit!  To get tickets, I set my alarm for 12pm (5am in my time zone) to get into the online queue the first day tickets were available online! Note that you will need to create an online account and enter passport information to reserve. "
"View Leonardo da Vinci's Renaissance masterpiece in its original location inside Santa Maria della Grazie. Tickets are available on the official website or on other sites like Get Your Guide for ~$50. This visit will take anywhere between 25 minutes to 45 minutes depending on how much of the history you would like to read/learn about while there. Closed on Mondays! "
"Marvel at the Last Supper, Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece. Let your guide take you inside the old refectory of the Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery, where you can admire the Last Supper painting, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1980. Learn all about the incredible history behind it and surprising facts from your knowledgeable guide."

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