The Ambrosiana Library

ambrosiana library


The Ambosiana Library of Cardinal – skin emotions

San Sepolcro is enriched with a new place, the ancient Ambrosiana library where it was born and developed according to Cardinal Borromeo, one of the first European libraries built over the Crypt of San Sepolcro and the Milan. From the 18th of May you will be able to access and visit the historic area of Ambrosiana, which is made up of the old library where the Atlantic Codex of Leonardo da Vinci and the Caravaggio Canal are now displayed; The adjacent Peristyle with the extraordinary mosaic of the Roman age and finally the aula leonardi that preserves the music of Leonardo da Vinci.

From May 18 to June 18, 2017, a rare book, an anatomy of the second half of the 19th century, bound in human skin.

Information for the visit –

  • Ordinary ticket 7 €
  • Combined ticket with Crypt and Roman Forum 16 €
  • Guided tour 12 € on reservations (below)
  • For groups, reservation and mandatory purchase a

Access is allowed from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
Visits are scheduled for all weekends prior to bookings below.



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