77 Sights in Milan, Italy (with Map and Images)
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1. Arco della PaceBook Free Tour*
The Arco della Pace is a triumphal arch in Milan located at the beginning of Corso Sempione. Then dedicated to the peace between the European nations achieved in 1815 with the Congress of Vienna, the foundation stone was laid in 1807; the works were then suspended with the fall of Napoleon (1814) and resumed in 1826 under the Austrians; it was inaugurated on September 10, 1838 with a sumptuous ceremony presided over by the newly crowned Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria. It had its definitive consecration in 1859 with the entry into Milan of Napoleon III and Vittorio Emanuele II after the victory of Magenta. The Arch of Peace is one of the major neoclassical monuments of Milan.
2. Santa Maria presso San Satiro
Santa Maria presso San Satiro is a church in Milan. The Italian Renaissance structure (1476-1482) houses the early medieval shrine to Satyrus, brother of Saint Ambrose. The church is known for its false apse, an early example of trompe-l'œil, attributed to Donato Bramante.
3. Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta al Vigentino
The church of Santa Maria Assunta al Vigentino is a church in Milan located near Via Giuseppe Ripamonti in the Vigentino district, in the south of the city, along the ancient Via Vigentina. Its history is linked in a first phase to the suburban neighborhoods born from the forced exodus of the Milanese after the destruction of the city by Barbarossa in 1162. In the fifteenth century it was part of an important monastic complex, the Castellazzo, of the Gerolimini order. Rebuilt between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries, it contains the Chapel of the Rosary, with interesting works by Cerano and his workshop, as well as a pictorial cycle in the presbytery that can be traced back to the influence of Ambrogio Figino. The side altars and stucco decorations of the interior date back to the seventeenth century, while the high altar and the pictorial decoration of the baptistery were made in the following century. It was the subject of a major restoration completed in 2016.
4. Chiesa di San Gaetano
The church of San Gaetano is a parish church of modern construction located in Milan in via Mac Mahon, alla Ghisolfa, in the territory of the Cagnola Deanery. The first stone was laid on 1 May 1940 on a design by the architect Giuseppe Martinenghi (1894-1970) dating back to 1928 but the construction was immediately suspended for war reasons and the development of the building had a troubled life even after the Second World War, so much so that the works resumed only in 1954 and the elevation to parish seat was granted the following year, on October 13, 1955, by the then Archbishop of Milan Montini, the future Pope Paul VI. In 1976 the ceiling collapsed entirely and had to be rebuilt. Further improvements and embellishments were made in 1981.
5. Casa degli Omenoni
Casa degli Omenoni is a historic palace of Milan, northern Italy, located in the eponymous street of Via degli Omenoni. It was designed by sculptor Leone Leoni for himself; he both lived and worked there. It owes its name to the eight atlantes decorating its facade, termed "omenoni", which were sculpted by Antonio Abondio, most probably on a design by Leoni. Lions are a recurring theme of its decorations; in particular, a large relief placed under the cornice depicts two lions tearing a satyr into pieces. The overall style of the palace and the decorations have been noted to include several references to the art of Michelangelo. The internal courtyard, modified in 1929 by Piero Portaluppi, has a colonnade with metopes and triglyphs.
6. Parco Aldo Aniasi
The Aldo Aniasi park, previously called the Trenno park, is one of the largest parks in Milan. Trapezoidal in shape, it extends over 50 hectares characterized by meadows delimited by double tree -lined rows and small woods. It is characterized by large meadows and long straight avenues, which can be traveled both on foot and by bicycle. Located on the border between the Town Hall 7 and the Town Hall 8 in the north-west of the city, it is adjacent to the homonymous village and the Hippodromas of San Siro and La Maura, with the relative training slopes that are visible from inside the park beyond there of a hedge that delimits the entire east side of the park itself.
7. Chiesa di San Carlo al Lazzaretto
San Carlo al Lazzaretto is a small Renaissance style octagonal church now in largo Bellintani Fra Paolo, number 1 in the quartiere Porta Venezia of Milan. It is located about three blocks northwest of the Porta Venezia. Its present situation, amidst crowded 19th and 20th century apartment blocks, has little relationship to its original placement, in the central park of a massive rectangular cloister-like 15th-century leprosarium (Lazaretto). The church, once called Tempietto di Santa Maria della Sanità or San Carlino, escaped the late-nineteenth century demolition of the Lazzaretto.
8. Chiesa di Santa Maria Rossa
The church of Santa Maria Rossa in Crescenzago is an ancient building of Catholic worship, of the Ambrosian rite. It is located in Milan, in via Domenico Berra, in the district of Crescenzago, in the north-eastern outskirts of the city. The church is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin. The building was reconsecrated on September 8, 1923, following invasive restoration work promoted by Don Giuseppe Roncoroni, then parish priest. The church of Santa Maria Rossa in Crescenzago is not to be confused with the church of Santa Maria la Rossa alla Conca Fallata, also in Milan.
9. Palazzina Appiani
Palazzina Appiani is a historical building located in Milan, northern Italy. It was built as the entrance hall of the arena at the beginning of the 19th century by the French, who occupied Milan in 1796. Its original function was to be the official gallery and guest residence to host Napoleon's family during his public appearances. It is located in Parco Sempione, the biggest park in the city, which also comprises the Sforza Castle and the Arch of Peace. Adjacent to the Arena Civica, the Palazzina is now entrusted to FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano.
10. Battistero di San Giovanni alle Fonti
San Giovanni alle Fonti Baptist Hall is one of the earliest Baptist halls in Milan. It was built for John the Baptist, from 378 to 397 AD, at the behest of St. Ambrose in the late Roman Empire, when the Roman city of Mediolanum was the capital of the Western Roman Empire, and it was close to the Great Hall of vetus and the Great Hall of maior, between which the present Cathedral Square stands. In Constantine's time, two cathedrals that were very close together were common in northern Italy, especially in cities where bishops can be found.
11. Milan Holocaust Memorial Foundation
The Memoriale della Shoah is a Holocaust memorial at the Milano Centrale railway station commemorating the Jewish prisoners deported from there during the Holocaust in Italy. Jewish prisoners from the San Vittore Prison, Milan, were taken from there to a secret underground platform, Platform 21, to be loaded on freight cars and taken on Holocaust trains to extermination camps, either directly or via other transit camps. Twenty trains and up to 1,200 Jewish prisoners left Milan in this fashion to be murdered, predominantly at Auschwitz.
12. Giardini pubblici Indro Montanelli
Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli, formerly known as Giardini Pubblici and Giardini di Porta Venezia are a major and historic city park in Milan, Italy, located in the Porta Venezia district, north-east of the city center, in the Zone 1 administrative division. Established in 1784, they are the oldest city park in Milan. After their establishment, the Gardens have been repeatedly enlarged and enriched with notable buildings, most notably the Natural History Museum (1888–1893) and the Planetarium (1930).
13. Parco della Resistenza
The Parco della Resistenza, until 2013 called Parco Baravalle, is a park in Milan, Italy. It was built on an area that from 1919 until the sixties was occupied by a popular neighborhood of single-family houses, the Baravalle Garden Village District, demolished to make room for the green area, whose structure is traced by the avenues of the park. On the eastern outer side are housed the civic center, with library and decentralized offices of the municipality, and a kindergarten.
14. Casa a Igloo
The Maggiolina is a residential area of Milan, belonging to the Town Hall 2. As its name was originally referring to a residential neighborhood that arose west of via Melchiorre Gioia and almost entirely south of the external ring road, over time it would have gone to indicate an area more extensive and with decidedly nuanced contours, ending up overlapping the nearby journalists' village and also to understand the Mirabello district (1939).
15. Branca Tower
Torre Branca is an iron panoramic tower located in Parco Sempione, the main city park of Milan, Italy. It is 108.6 m high, which makes it the sixth highest structure in Milan after Unicredit Tower, Allianz Tower Palazzo Lombardia, Pirellone or Pirelli Tower and the Breda Tower. The top of the tower is a panoramic point whose view, on a clear day, may encompass the Milan cityline as well as the Alps, the Apennines, and part of the Po Valley.
16. Acquario Civico
The Civic Aquarium of Milan is an aquarium in Milan, Italy, and the third oldest aquarium in Europe. Built in 1906 on the occasion of the Milan International, It is the only surviving building from the event. Sited on the edge of Sempione Park, the aquarium has over 100 different types of underwater life located in several tanks with a particular attention for the fishes and aquatic vegetation of the Italian seacoasts, lakes, and rivers.
17. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi al Fopponino
The church of San Francesco d'Assisi al Fopponino is a parish church of modern construction located in Milan in via Paolo Giovio, near piazzale Aquileia, in the territory of the Deanery of Porta Vercellina. Completed in 1964 on a design by the architect Gio Ponti, it stands on an area previously occupied by the Fopponino di Porta Vercellina, a cemetery opened in 1576 during the great plague of San Carlo and suppressed in 1895.
Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi al Fopponino (IT)
18. Chiesa parrocchiale di San Gabriele Arcangelo in Mater Dei
The church of San Gabriele Arcangelo in Mater Dei is a place of Catholic worship inserted in a twentieth-century parish complex located in Milan in via Termopili, near viale Monza, in the territory of the Turro deanery. It was designed starting in 1956 by the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni at the request of Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini, the future Pope Paul VI, and the construction was completed in 1959.
Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Gabriele Arcangelo in Mater Dei (IT)
19. San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore is a church in Milan, Northern Italy. It was originally attached to the most important female convent of the Benedictines in the city, Monastero Maggiore, which is now in use as the Civic Archaeological Museum. The church today is used every Sunday from October to June to celebrate in the Byzantine Rite, in Greek according to the Italo-Albanian tradition. It is also used as concert hall.
20. Porta Romana
Porta Romana is a former city gate of Milan, Italy. In its present form, the gate dates back to the 16th century Spanish walls of Milan; its origins can be traced further back to the Roman walls of the city, which had a corresponding "Roman Gate" roughly in the same area. Porta Romana was the first and the main imperial entrance of the entire city of Milan, as it was the starting point of the road leading to Ancient Rome.
21. San Bernardino alle Monache
San Bernardino alle Monache is a Renaissance style church on Via Lanzone 13 in central Milan, Italy. This was originally a chapel within the nunnery of St Bernard. The monastery no longer exists. It was built around 1447 to designs by Pietro Antonio Solari. The interior contains frescoes from the 15th century and before. Some are attributed to Vincenzo Foppa. The church was restored in the last century.
22. Porta Nuova
Porta Nuova is one of the six main gates of Milan, built along the Spanish ramparts, now demolished. Located north of the city in Piazzale Principessa Clotilde, it opens along the road to Monza. Characterized today by the presence of the neoclassical arch of Zanoia (1810-1813) and the adjoining toll booths, it stands in the center of Piazzale Principessa Clotilde, at the mouth of Corso di Porta Nuova.
23. Cavallo di Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo's Horse is a project for a bronze sculpture that was commissioned from Leonardo da Vinci in 1482 by the Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro, but never completed. It was intended to be the largest equestrian statue in the world, a monument to the duke's father Francesco Sforza. Leonardo did extensive preparatory work for it but produced only a large clay model, which was later destroyed.
24. Colonna del Verziere
The Verziere Column is a baroque-manneristic monumental column dedicated to "Jesus Christ the Redeemer", in Milan, Italy. The column is located in Largo Augusto and it is named after the "Verziere", the traditional greengrocery street market of Milan that, until 1783, was located in the surrounding district. The construction of the column began in 1580, but it was only completed in 1673.
25. Chiesa parrocchiale di Santa Maria Nascente
The church of Santa Maria Nascente is a Catholic place of worship of the Ambrosian rite built at the service of the QT8 district in Milan by the Antonio Bassanini construction company on a project by Vico Magistretti in collaboration with the architect Mario Tedeschi, seat of the homonymous parish belonging to the deanery of San Siro of the pastoral area I of the archdiocese of Milan.
Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria Nascente (Milano) (IT), Website, Url
26. Monumento a Sandro Pertini
The monument to Sandro Pertini is a work by Aldo Rossi, a Milanese architect, inaugurated in Milan in 1990, on a project of 1988 and dedicated to the seventh president of the Italian Republic Sandro Pertini. The structure is located at the end of the pedestrian area of via Croce Rossa at the intersection of two important Milanese roads, via Monte Napoleone and via Alessandro Manzoni.
27. Albero della Vita
The Tree of Life, within Expo 2015, was the symbol of the Italian Pavilion. 37 meters high and built of steel and wood, it is located in the center of the Lake Arena. It has been assumed that it was inspired by the Luminator Bernocchi lamp, a famous article of Italian industrial design, from which the idea of the Palace that now houses the Museum of the Triennale di Milano was born.
28. Porta Ticinese
The Medieval Porta Ticinese is a gate of the former 12th-century Walls of Milan; it is located at the intersection of the Corso di Porta Ticinese and Via Edmondo de Amicis and Via Molino di Armi in the city center of Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy. This is one of the three remaining medieval gates of Milan. The others are Porta Nuova and the Pusterla di Sant'Ambrogio.
29. Fondazione Prada
Fondazione Prada, co-chaired by Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli since 1995, is an institution dedicated to contemporary art and culture. From 1993 to 2010, the Fondazione has organised 24 solo shows at its exhibition spaces in Milan, conceived as dialogues with acclaimed contemporary artists. In 2015, the Fondazione Prada opened a new, permanent facility in Milan.
30. Palazzo Dugnani
Palazzo Dugnani or Palazzo Casati Dugnani is a Baroque-style monumental palace located on Via Daniele Marin #2, near Porta Venezia in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy. The rear of the palace faces the street, while the facade faces the western edge of the Giardini Indro Montanelli. The palace is notable for its salon frescoed by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
31. Santa Maria della Consolazione
The church of Santa Maria della Consolazione al Castello is a small church located in Largo Cairoli in Milan, at the end of Via San Giovanni sul Muro and in front of the Teatro dal Verme. It is a subsidiary church of the parish of Santa Maria alla Porta of the archdiocese of Milan and chaplaincy of the community of the Milanese Filipino faithful.
Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria della Consolazione (Milano) (IT)
32. Teatro degli Arcimboldi
The Teatro degli Arcimboldi is a theatre and opera house in Milan. It was built over a 27-month period in anticipation of the closure and subsequent nearly three-year-long renovation of Milan's La Scala opera house in December 2001. It is located 4.5 miles from the city centre in a converted Pirelli tire factory, in an area known as Bicocca.
33. Statua di Leonardo da Vinci
The monument to Leonardo da Vinci is a commemorative sculptural group located in Piazza della Scala in Milan and inaugurated in 1872. On the top there is a statue of Leonardo da Vinci while four of his full -figure students, Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio, Marco are depicted at the base From today, Cesare da Sesto and Gian Giacomo Caprotti.
34. Chiesa del Sacro Volto
The church of the sacred face is a place of worship in Milan, home of the parish of the same name. It is located in the Isola district, near the Milano Porta Garibaldi station in via Sebenico 31. From 1 November 2015 he has been part with the parish of Santa Maria alla Fontana of the Pastoral Community Maria Madre della Misericordia.
35. Monumento alle Cinque Giornate di Milano
The Five Days Monument is a memorial to the victims of the city's uprising against Austrian troops between 18 and 22 March 1848. The bronze sculptural group was made over a span of thirteen years by Giuseppe Grandi, who completed it shortly before his death. Located in Piazza Cinque Giornate in Milan, it was inaugurated in 1895.
36. San Giovanni Battista in Trenno
The church of San Giovanni Battista in Trenno, formerly a parish church of the same name, is a place of Catholic worship in Milan, was built between 1635 and 1657 but stands near a church built before the year 1017 in the then independent parish of Trenno, today part of the Trenno district of the municipality of Milan.
37. Torre Velasca
The Torre Velasca is a skyscraper built in the 1950s by the BBPR architectural partnership, in Milan, Italy. The tower is part of the first generation of Italian modern architecture, while still being part of the Milanese context in which it was born, to which also belongs the Milan Cathedral and the Sforza Castle.
38. Monumento a Giuseppe Dezza
The monument to Giuseppe Dezza is a sculpture made by Enrico Cassi (1863-1913) located in Milan, in Via Marina on the corner with Via Palestro. He represents an important figure of the Italian Risorgimento: colonel of the Thousand, lieutenant general of the Royal Army and senator of the Kingdom of Italy.
39. Galleria d'Arte Moderna
The Galleria d'Arte Moderna is a modern art museum in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Villa Reale, at Via Palestro 16, opposite the Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli. The collection consists largely of Italian and European works from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries.
40. Antiquarium Alda Levi
The antiquarium of Milan is an antiquarium located in Milan in Via De Amicis where the remains of the foundations of the Roman amphitheater of Milan are preserved together with a museum that illustrates the history of the monument based on the latest archaeological investigations conducted in the city.
41. Santo Stefano Maggiore
Basilica di Santo Stefano Maggiore is a church in Milan, Italy. It was established in the 5th century. Originally dedicated to both Saint Zechariah and Saint Stephen, it was later dedicated to Saint Stephen only. Throughout its history, has undergone several reconstructions, expansion and restoration.
42. Torre di Massimiano
The Roman walls of Milan were a wall with towers that had different phases of construction during the Roman era. A first phase took place in the Republican era and a second after 291, in the imperial era, at the time of Augustus Maximian, when Mediolanum became the capital of the Western Roman Empire.
43. Basilica di San Calimero
The Basilica di San Calimero is a church in Milan, northern Italy. Its name refers to Saint Calimerius, an early bishop of the city. It dates from the 5th century but was almost completely rebuilt in 1882 by the architect Angelo Colla in an attempt to restore it to the "original" medieval structure.
44. Abbazia di Chiaravalle
The Abbey of Santa Maria di Rovegnano is a Cistercian monastic complex in the comune of Milan, Lombardy, northern Italy. The borgo that has developed round the abbey was once an independent commune called Chiaravalle Milanese, now included in Milan and referred to as the Chiaravalle district.
45. Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore
The church of the Most Holy Redeemer is a place of Catholic worship in the city of Milan, located in Via Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, near Corso Buenos Aires, in Municipio 3, seat of the homonymous parish of the Venice deanery of the pastoral zone I of the archdiocese of Milan.
46. Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as San Siro, is a football stadium in the San Siro district of Milan, Italy, which is the home of A. C. Milan and Inter Milan. It has a seating capacity of 80,018, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe, and the largest in Italy.
47. Tempio Israelitico
The central synagogue of Milan, built in 1892, reconstructed in 1947 and still renovated in 1997, is the main place of worship of the Jewish community of Milan. Since 1993 he has taken the name of central temple Hechal David U-Mordechai. It is located in via Guastalla 19.
48. Giardino di via Porro e viale Jenner
The garden of Via Porro and Viale Jenner, is a green area of Milan, located in the district of Dergano and adjacent to the Boscaiola farmhouse. The garden, designed by the municipal technical office, was opened to the public in 2000 and has an area of 1 500 m².
49. Santa Maria alla Fontana
Chiesa di Santa Maria alla Fontana is a church in Milan, Italy. Built in 1508, it was traditionally attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, Bramante or Cristoforo Solari : a document found in 1982, however, revealed that it was designed by Giovanni Antonio Amadeo.
50. Milan Cathedral
Milan Cathedral, or Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of Saint Mary, is the cathedral church of Milan, Lombardy, Italy. Dedicated to the Nativity of St Mary, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, currently Archbishop Mario Delpini.
51. Basilica di San Babila
San Babila is a Romanesque-style Roman Catholic church in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy. It was once considered the third most important in the city after the Duomo and the Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio. It is dedicated to saint Babylas of Antioch.
52. Giardino della Guastalla
Guastalla Gardens are a park in Milan, Italy. Overlooking Via Francesco Sforza, in front of the State University of Milan and next to the Maggiore Hospital, they are among the least extensive, but also some of the oldest public gardens in Milan.
53. Ossario Piccoli Martiri di Gorla
The monument to the small martyrs of Gorla is an ossuary monument of Remo Brioschi placed in Piazza Piccoli Martiri in memory of the massacre of Gorla, which took place on 20 October 1944 due to a bombing on Milan during the Second World War.
54. Porta Volta
Porta Volta is a former city gate of Milan, Italy, part of the Spanish walls. Nowadays, the name "Porta Volta" is most commonly used to refer to the surrounding district ("quartiere"), part of the Zone 8 administrative division of the city.
55. Casa Manzoni
Casa Manzoni is a historical palace sited in via Morone 1 near the quadrilateral of fashion in the center of Milan, Italy. Owned by the Manzoni family, the house was the birthplace of the famous Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni in 1785.
56. Chiesa di San Fedele
San Fedele is a Jesuit church in Milan, northern Italy. It is dedicated to St. Fidelis of Como, patron of the Catholic diocese of Como. Presently it remains a parish church, owned by the Jesuit order, though focusing on religious works.
57. Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia
The Fonderia Barigozzi, founded in 1806 as Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia, was a historic foundry in the city of Milan, located in Fontana, near the former convent of the church of Santa Maria alla Fontana, in the Isola district.
58. Monumento a Giuseppe Balzaretto
The monument to Giuseppe Balzaretto, architect author in 1862 of the rearrangement of the gardens of via Palestro of Milan, is a sculptural and bronze sculptural group located on the rocaille of Mount Merlo of the same gardens.
59. Chiesa parrocchiale di Santa Marcellina in Muggiano
The church of Santa Marcellina in Muggiano is located in Via Antonio Mosca 185a in Muggiano. It was erected in the parish by decree of 23 December 1898 of Archbishop Andrea Carlo Ferrari detaching itself from Cesano Boscone.
60. Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola
The church of San Francesco di Paola is a place of Catholic worship located in the historic center of Milan, in via Manzoni; on it insists the homonymous parish of the Ambrosian rite, belonging to the archdiocese of Milan.
61. Santa Maria del Rosario
Santa Maria del Rosario is a prepositional parish church of twentieth-century conception located in Milan in Piazza del Rosario, along the Via Andrea Solari, in the territory of the Penate of San Siro-Sempione-Vercellina.
62. Conca dell'Incoronata
The Conca dell'Incoronata, or Conca delle Gabelle, is an ancient navigation basin located in Milan that served to easily overcome the difference in height between the Naviglio della Martesana and the Cerchia dei Navigli.
63. Chiesa di Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia
The church of Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia is a church in Milan, also known as the abbey of Casoretto, named after the district of Casoretto, in the north-eastern suburbs, where it stands in Piazza San Materno.
Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia (IT)
64. Cimitero Monumentale
The Cimitero Monumentale [tʃimiˈtɛːro monumenˈtaːle] is one of the two largest cemeteries in Milan, Italy, the other one being the Cimitero Maggiore. It is noted for the abundance of artistic tombs and monuments.
65. Santa Maria delle Grazie
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and Dominican convent in Milan, northern Italy, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The convent contains the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is in the refectory.
66. Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova
The Sanctuary of Sant'Antonio di Padova is a church in Milan, entrusted to the order of the Friars Minor. It is located in via Carlo Farini, not far from the monumental cemetery and the Milano Porta Garibaldi station.
Wikipedia: Santuario di Sant'Antonio di Padova (Milano) (IT)
67. Collina dei Ciliegi
La Collina dei Ciliegi is a city park in Milan, located in Viale Sarca, immediately west of the Bicocca district. It is an artificial hill 25 meters high, obtained from the excavation debris of the Pirelli renovation.
68. La Fabbrica del Vapore
The Fabbrica del Vapore was an industrial complex of tramway and railway rolling stock, now redeveloped as a multifunctional pole. It is located in Milan, in via Giulio Cesare Procaccini, near the Monumental cemetery.
69. Museo Civico di Storia Naturale
The Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano is a museum in Milan, Italy. It was founded in 1838 when naturalist Giuseppe de Cristoforis donated his collections to the city. Its first director was Giorgio Jan.
Wikipedia: Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano (EN), Website
70. Chiesa di Santa Maria Segreta
The provostal church of Santa Maria Segreta is a place of Catholic worship in Milan, seat of the homonymous parish. the building is located in the town hall 1, in via Mascheroni, overlooking Piazza Tommaseo.
71. Contemporary Arts Pavilion
The Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea or PAC is a museum of contemporary art in Milan, Italy. It is on via Palestro, next to the Galleria d'Arte Moderna, and across from the Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli.
Wikipedia: Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea (EN), Website, Facebook
72. Chiesa parrocchiale di Santa Giustina
The church of Santa Giustina is the parish church of Affori, former autonomous municipality and now district of Milan, in the metropolitan and archdiocese city of Milan; It is part of the sinking of affori
73. Basilica di San Vincenzo in Prato
The basilica of San Vincenzo in Prato is a Roman Catholic church located in Via Daniele Crespi 6, in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy. The church maintains most of its original Palaeo-Christian appearance.
74. Chiesa di San Giovanni Bono
San Giovanni Bono Church is a reinforced concrete Brutalist church in Quartiere Sant'Ambrogio Milan, Italy dedicated to John the Good. The building was designed by Arrigo Arrighetti and completed in 1968.
75. Parco Vittorio Formentano
The Vittorio Formentano park, also known as Largo Marinai d'Italia park, is a Milanese park of 72320 m², located between Corso XXII Marzo and Viale Umbria, without fence and therefore always accessible.
76. Parco Industria Alfa Romeo Portello
The Alfa Romeo - Portello Industry Park is the green area within the homonymous residential neighborhood of Milan, on the abandoned homonymous area of the Alfa Romeo plant of the Portello in the 1980s.
77. Chiesa di San Sepolcro
Chiesa di San Sepolcro is a church in Milan, Italy. It was originally built in 1030, but has undergone multiple revisions. The church is located at Piazza San Sepolcro in the historic center of Milan.
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