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The Ambrosiana picture gallery, with Leonardo’s Atlantic code, il Musico, Raffaello’s School of Athens drawings, The fruit basket by Caravaggio and many others works of art.
The Brera Art Gallery and its district; one of the finest galleries for Mediaeval and Renaissance Italian art which famous works include Raphael’s “Marriage of the Virgin”, Piero della Francesca’s altarpiece with the Duke of Urbino, Andrea Mantegna’s Dead Christ , the famous romantic “Kiss” is by Francesco Hayez . A tour in the maze of 19th century streets and little piazzas, with pleasant restaurants, terraced bars, the exclusive shops of via Solferino.
La Scala museum theatre and a tour in the fashion district.
Villa Necchi Campiglio: constructed between 1932 and 1935 by the Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, Necchi Campiglio Villa has survived completely intact, both outside with its ample yard, tennis court and pool, and inside with its rich succession of rooms. Architecture, decorative arts, furnishings and collections express as a harmonious whole the high standard of living of the owners, who belonged to the upper middle class of Lombard industrial families.
La Scala opera house is one of the most famous theaters in the world. Designed by the architect Piermarini, inaugurated in 1778, destroyed by the air raids in World War II, was the first monument to be reconstructed after the war. Still today is one of the most iconic symbols of the city.
The Arch of Peace is one of the symbols of the city. Located in the north side of the Simplon park, was built by Napoleon Bonaparte as a new entrance from which the Emperor could enjoy solemn access to the city.
The Monumental Cemetery is the most beautiful graveyard complex of the city. Located just a stone’s throw from the famous Brera district, it’s the place where repose many renowned Italian and international personalities. The presence of mausoleums, statues, obelisks and commemorative monuments makes it a real open-air museum.
“Milan is the city that best represents the international face of Italy”. This was stated by the international designers Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind and Arata Isozaki, who have contributed to the total refurbishment of the north west area of the city know as today as City Life.
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