Its colourful fasade strikes me immediately when I enter Piazza Duomo.
The chapel was built in XV century for Colleoni family to room its tombs. It’s called now “The masterpiece of Italian renesance”.
I can confirm that the fasade is unique (see all the details on main photo) but the interior disappoints me (including the fact that no photos can be taken there).
The chapel is guarded by a fence with Colleoni’s coat of arm (picture below). You can see 3 drops there, right? Or maybe 3 balls? There is a story behind it …