It got its name from Besana Street where the entrance is located and is a Tardobarocco building in Milan. It was built between 1713 and 1725. A the time it was a church with an annexed cemetery where the less fortunate patients of the Maggiore Hospital in Milan were buried. Almost fifty thousand people were buried there. Named the San Michele Complex to the New Sepulcher, the Rotunda was then deconsecrated. Today it hosts art exhibits and other exhibitions.
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