A lively and overwhelming city, the capital of luxury and fashion.
The 10 must-see places to visit in Milan:
The most famous cathedral in Italy that was carried out in four centuries in Lombard Gothic style and it is the symbol of the city.
The city of fashion and shopping develops around Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Sant'Andrea and Via della Spiga. They are the heart of the city fashion, along with the adjoining streets.
Culture and art are combined in the Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery.
They are the two highlights of this bohemian and chic neighborhood; giving space to science, letters and the arts since 1776.
4.Brera Art gallery
Inestimate heritage of works by major Italian artists, from the thirteenth to the twentieth century.
Examples are: The dead Christ of Mantegna, the Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, Portrait of Moise Kisling Modigliani.
Until the nineteenth century they were the port city and today they are at the center of night life. From Naviglio Grande, the most important with the Naviglio Pavese, came the barges (now converted into bars), with the marble needed to realize the Duomo.
6.Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery
Dedicated to the King that opened in 1867, it was made to merge the Piazza Duomo and La Scala theater. Now it has shops and trendy cafes.
The basilica was built by Bishop Ambrose, it has undergone several renovations and it is among the oldest churches in Milan and second in importance after the Duomo.
It was founded in 1368 as a fortress at the behest of the Visconti, the Sforza, then turn it into one of Europe's most beautiful Renaissance residences.
Inside you will find the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo and the Sala delle Asse frescoed with pergola Leonardo.
2015 seats for this Milanese institution, it is built between 1776 and 1778. The theater was destroyed during the Second World War and it was immediately rebuilt.
10.The last Supper in Santa Maria delle Grazie
They come from all over the world to see Leonardo's Last Supper, which depicts Christ with the Twelve Apostles at the Last Supper before his death.
The painting, which is located in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, was built between 1495 and 1497.
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