Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’ Reopened to the Public, Without the Infamous Wait

The only thing more famous than Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" painting in Milan is the infamous wait to get a ticket to see the artwork inside the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Church and Dominican Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

While the masterpiece — painted between 1495 and 1497 — is no doubt one of the city's top attractions, visitors in pre-COVID times often found that they missed out on seeing it if they didn't book tickets weeks — or sometimes even months — in advance, the Associated Press reported.

The site was reopened on Tuesday for the first time since November with no lines and same-day tickets available, according to AP. But there is one major restriction: Travel between Italian regions is still currently restricted.

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