Tourist Attraction in Monza: Santuario del Carmelo
The sanctuary of the Carmel or Santa Teresa of the Child Jesus is a church in Monza. The sanctuary is located in Viale Cesare Battisti near the intersection with Via Arrigo Boito. It includes a church constructed according to the canons of Lombardy Romanesque and the conventual building of the barefoot Carmelite fathers, both erected in 1949 replacing a former building of the first decades of the 20th century. The salient facade, neoromanic, is clad in brick and features three gates positioned on an axis with as many rosettes; The central portal is preceded by a protire consisting of two columns that support a full arch. The upper part of the prospect is lightened by a loggia that follows the course of the overhanging pediment. The interior, with three naves, is articulated by pillars on which all-round arches are set; The roof is made up of cruise lines that end in the semicircular apse. Interesting is the fresco (Adoration of the Magi) that decorates the apse of the apse.