The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in the religion of Santa Maria della Grazie is arguably the best painting of the Renaissance, capturing the remarkable second at which Jesus divulges one of his adherents will certainly uncover him. It's so realistic that you can picture the shock, awe and violence of the spiritual followers. The job is testament to a stressed past. Paint embarked on peeling away in Renaissance times, when the wall surface was used for target technique. In the 19th century it was a background to the French infiltration and just about received destroyed in the Second World War. It's a marvel that it has actually made it via. Yet thanks to an improvement the fresco can now be seen in total color.
Make sure that you book a timed, 15-minute slot where to see the masterpiece.