File:0115 - Milano - Sant'Ambrogio - Navata centrale - Colonna sin serpente - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto 25-Apr-2007.jpg

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Italiano: Navata centrale della Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio a Milano. La colonna di granito antico-romana che regge il serpente di bronzo (in passato creduto quello di Mosè), donato dall'imperatore Basilio II nel 1007. Foto di Giovanni Dall'Orto, 25-4-2007.
English: Main nave of Sant'Ambrogio basilica in Milan, Italy. The Ancient Roman granite pillar bearing the bronze snake (formerly believed to be the one by Moses), a gift from emperor Basil II (1007). Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto, April 25 2007.
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