Archi di Porta Nuova, Via Manzoni, Milan
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 days. The two characteristic arches mark the symbolic border of Milano historical centre, as you are coming from Repubblica and Indro Montanelli Gardens.
Archi di Porta Nuova location and directions
Via Alessandro Manzoni
Via Manzoni is one of the best known streets in the historical centre of Milan. It connects Piazza Cavour (and the newer parts of Milan north of the inner city) with Piazza della Scala and La Scala Theatre.
Topics: Milano City Gates, Archi di Porta Nuova, Indro Montanelli Public Garden, Milano Pictures, Montenapoleone Metro Station, Piazza Cavour, Turati Metro Station, Via Alessandro Manzoni, Via dell'Annunciata, Via della Spiga, Via Senato