Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular paintings on the planet. The painting adorns the walls of Milan’s Santa Maria Delle Grazie monastery. Located at a short walking distance from the famous Duomo, the surprising thing about this painting is that it was intact even after the bombings that took place during the Second World War. Surprisingly, all other church walls were demolished during that time except for this one. It is believed that Vinci painted this masterpiece during the years 1494 – 1498. The stunning artwork depicts the last supper Jesus Christ had with his disciples. The painting underwent several rounds of restorations with the most recent one done in 1999. Also, make sure that you explore the church itself. It boasts stunning architecture and glows at night literally. IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure to book the ticket way in advance.