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Via Vittor Pisani from Piazza Duca d’Aosta

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Via Vittor Pisani in Milan Via Vittor Pisani is the street between two of Milan’s large squares, Piazza Duca d’Aosta and Piazza della Repubblica. It is about 600 metres long, slightly downward sloping from Aosta to Repubblica, and very wide. Via Vittor Pisani is one section of the typical walk ...

Spires of the Duomo, Milano, Italy

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Milan Duomo: Cathedral with thousands of spires. The Cathedral of Milano is usually referred to as Duomo (like cathedrals in other Italian cities). Milan Duomo will get your attention immediately as you approach it. It is a very large structure – it occupies more area than most other cathedrals and ...

Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milano, Italy

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Santa Maria delle Grazie Church in Milan The Church of Holy Mary of Grace in Milan is better known by its Italian name – Santa Maria delle Grazie. Although most people visit this church primarily to see the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci, the church itself is a very ...

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Entrance from Piazza della Scala

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (Victor Emmanuel II Gallery) is a shopping arcade – a gallery of brand stores, exclusive restaurants, and 5 star hotels. Even if you are not much into luxury shopping and dining, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is definitely worth seeing. It is ...

Archi di Porta Nuova, Via Manzoni, Milan

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Archi di Porta Nuova in Milan Archi di Porta Nuova (Arches of New Gate) are in fact arches of a very old gate – built in 12th century as part of medieval Milan’s system of city walls and gates. Only part of the original gate has been preserved till these ...

Palazzo Marino (Milan City Hall)

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Palazzo Marino in Milan Palazzo Marino is a palace in Milano city centre, named after Tommaso Marino, a banker and trader from Genoa, who was the first owner of the palace in the 16th century. Palazzo Marino is situated between Piazza della Scala and Piazza San Fedele. The streets connecting ...

Fiera Milano and San Siro This Way

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Fiera Milano and San Siro sign This sign indicates the way to Fiera Milano (convention and exhibition venue) and San Siro district (known mainly for football and horse racing). Both Fiera Milano and San Siro are located west of Milano city centre, Fiera Milano (City) a bit closer than San ...

Piazza della Scala and Leonardo da Vinci Monument

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Piazza della Scala in Milano Piazza della Scala is the square in front of La Scala Opera House (Teatro alla Scala) in the middle of Milan Old Town. Besides the opera, there are several other very important buildings at Piazza Scala: Palazzo Marino (Milano City Hall, which you can see ...