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Il Duomo
Duomo di Milano

Started in 1386, the Duomo or Cathedral represents a magnificent witness of a most peculiar Lombard Gothic style. It is consecrated to S. Maria Nascente and was strongly wanted by Gian Galeazzo Visconti. It rises up where was the ancient high-medieval basilica of S. Maria Maggiore. The Cathedral is a majestic building in marble with a very rich plenty of statues, spires, buttress, arches rampant, and pylons. The statues are more than 3.500, included the 96 giants on the gargoyle. The church, divided with five aisles, is 157 metres long outside and 92 metres large at the transept, and its area is about 11.700 meters.

Piazza del Duomo
Santa Maria delle Grazie
Santa Maria delle Grazie

Two immortal names delivered this holy temple, situated in the homonymous square, to the story of civilization: Donato Bramante e Leonardo da Vinci. This church was built between 1466 and 1490 based on a design by architect Guiniforte Solari. Neverthless, some years later Ludovico il Moro engaged Bramante who rebuilt the apse zone leaving a sign of his majestic art in the gorgeous Tribuna, an example of Renaissance spatial architecture.

Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie
Cenacolo Vinciano
Cenacolo Vinciano

A very famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci ordered by Ludovico il Moro and realized between 1494 and 1498 on a wall in the Dominicans Friary Refectory, in St. Maria delle Grazie.

Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie
Castello Sforzesco
Castello Sforzesco

The Castle is a symbol of Milan, together with the “Madonnina” of the Cathedral and the Visconti Family’s big snake. The first nucleus of this castle was built in 1358-1368, at the Galeazzo II Visconti age. The tower called “of Filarete” overlooks the Castle front. The so-called Ducal Court was the residence the castellans were used to live in, and it was a continuous following of rooms, richly decorated and painted in frescos. At present, the Castle collects shows, libraries, archives and a complex whole of museum expositions.

Piazza Castello
Teatro alla Scala
Teatro alla Scala

On a Piazza della Scala side this sober edifice stand. A Pietro Magni sculptor’ s monument (1827), representing Leonardo da Vinci is at the centre of the square. Four statue Leonardo’s disciples’ are around the basis: Cesare da Sesto, Andrea Solari, Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio. Marco d'Oggiono. Nearby Theatral Muesum of hthe Scala is of a great interest. It is an important collection of relics about the history of the … On the side towards via Filodrammatici the Piccola Scala was built in 1955.

Piazza della Scala
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

We can designate it "the Gallery", "Milan drawing-room". Its construction (1865-1877) was made by architect Giuseppe Mengoni, who finally find his death there. It is cross-formed with iron and glass wing crossing in an octagonal shape; in north-south direction, it is 196 metres long, and in the east-west one, it is 105.50 metres; it is 21 metres high and its wing are 14.50 metres large. The central dome has a “peak” on its top measuring 47 metres in height. In this gallery, restaurants, bars, coffees, bookshops, and clothes shops open their doors, attracting innumerable Milanese and tourists.

Piazza del Duomo
Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio
Basilica Sant'Ambrogio

St. Ambrogio Basilica witnesses sixteen century of history; situated in the homonymous square, it is the queen and the mother of all Lombard churches. Its building begun in 379 a. C. and it was consecrated by St. Ambrogio in 387. He was buried here in 397. Inside one can find monuments, relics, antiques, and works of art from over 1.600 years of Milanese history. The Canonical portico, on a Bramante’s design, St. Sigismondo’s oratory and the rich Basilica Treasure are worthwhile.

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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

This is the most ancient Milanese Museum and it was opened in 1618 due to Federico Borromeo donation and later legacy. Visitors can see very famous works as the "Canestra" by Caravaggio, Raphael’s cartoon for the “Athene School", the "Musico" by Leonardo, the "Madonna del Padiglione" by Botticelli.

Via Pio XI 2
Pinacoteca di Brera
Pinacoteca di Brera

It is one of the most famous National Galleries in the world. Italian painting masterpieces are exposed in there. Among these masterpieces: the "Pala di Urbino" by Piero della Francesca, the "Sposalizio della Vergine" by Raffaello, the "Cristo Morto" by Andrea Mantegna, the "Pietà" by Giovanni Bellini, the "Cristo alla Colonna" by Bramante, the "Cena di Emmaus" by Caravaggio. It is also possible to see some pictures by metaphysical painters and from Italian Twentieth century. The latter belonged to Maria and Emilio Jesi Collection. There are six rooms dedicated to Italian painting between 13th and 16th century.

Via Brera 28
Museo Poldi Pezzoli
Museo Poldi Pezzoli

This Picture gallery is an invaluable witness of the “private collections” developed in the last century and preserves many of the highest value paintings: among them a "Madonna" by Botticelli, a "Laguna" by Guardi, the most famous "Ritratto di giovane dama" by Pollaiolo and even the "Sacra Famiglia" by Fra' Bartolomeo and the one by Pinturicchio.

Via Alessandro Manzoni 12

 
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