Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Adjacent to the Gothic church, in the 15th century a Franciscan convent was also built, originally made up of four large cloisters overlooking the river Lambro. The complex was profoundly changed in the 18th century, inserting Baroque elements such as the portal that led to the convent; subsequent interventions have led to the current situation, consisting of an enclosed four-sided cloister and a portico.
Next to the river still remain the facilities and the court used in the past by the friars for the processing of wool.