The centre of Milan boasts several masterpieces of religious architecture, enigmatic venues and the custodians of long-forgotten stories. In via Torino, at number 17/19 (M1 Duomo, M3 Missori), visitors can discover the marvels of Renaissance art at the small Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, designed by Bramante, which in just one metre of depth gives the illusion of a long, elegant choir. Piazza Missori is home to the fascinating Romanic crypt of San Giovanni in Conca, a Church dating back to early Christian times which was demolished in the mid-20th century. Its ruins include the only extant example of a Romanesque crypt in Milan (M3 Missori). Just moments away is the ossuary chapel of San Bernardino alle Ossa (via Verziere 2, M1 Duomo, San Babila), dating back to the 17th/18th century, completely covered by bones and skeletons arranged to form large crucifixes and imposing geometric designs (see photo).