Instead of praying you can play tennis in this catholic church in Milan

(Photos via Andrea Rosetti)

Some go to church because they want to pray or feel closer to God. In this church in Milan, you can go to church to play tennis. Visual artist Asad Raza and Converso decided to add a very sporty touch to the Roman Catholic Paolo Converso church in Milan, which was built in 1631 and is now privately owned. Inside the church, you can now find a tennis court, jasmine tea and coaches, who will teach you everything about tennis ánd religion. What a unique combination.


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