63 Sights in Milan, Italy (with Map and Images)

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1. Arco della Pace

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Arco Della Pace ("Arco Della Pace") is an Arc de Triomphe in Milan, Italy, at the starting point of Corso Sempione. Then he devoted himself to the peace between European countries reached at the Vienna Conference in 1815, and laid the foundation stone in 1807; The work was suspended with the fall of Napoleon (1814) and resumed under Austrian rule in 1826; It was inaugurated on September 10, 1838 and presided over by the newly crowned Austrian Emperor Ferdinand I. It was eventually ordained in 1859 as Charles Louis Napol é on Bonaparte and Vittorio Emanuel II entered Milan after the Magenta victory. The Arch of Peace is one of Milan's most important neoclassical monuments.

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2. Parco Aldo Aniasi

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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.

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3. Napoleone come Marte Pacificatore

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Napoleone come Marte Pacificatore Giovanni Dall'Orto / Attribution

Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker is a bronze cast of the marble sculpture of the same name by Antonio Canova. It was commissioned from Canova in spring 1807 by Charles-Jean-Marie Alquier, French ambassador to Rome, commissioned it from Canova for 5,000 Louis as a gift to Eugene de Beauharnais, viceroy of the Kingdom of Italy. It was cast in 1811 and De Beauharnais sent it to Milan in May 1812, but the city found it difficult to find a site for it. It was finally moved to its present site in the main courtyard of the Palazzo di Brera (now the Pinacoteca di Brera and inaugurated there on 14 August 1859 during Napoleon III's visit.

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4. Porta Garibaldi

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The Porta Garibaldi, previously known as the Porta Comasina, is a city gate located in Milan, Italy, on the old road to Como. The Neoclassical arch was built to commemorate the visit of Francis I of Austria in 1825. It was reconstructed from 1826 to 1828 by Giacomo Moraglia and dedicated to Garibaldi in 1860. Built in the Doric style, the gate is flanked by two portals overlooking the street. The customs houses were added in 1836. Its less than monumental proportions are better suited to the surrounding streets as the gate used to be at the end of a winding road, hardly compatible with a grandiose project.

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5. Chiesa di San Carlo al Lazzaretto

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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.

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6. Museo degli Strumenti Musicali

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The Museum of Musical Instruments of Milan exhibits over 700 musical instruments from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries with particular attention to Lombard instruments. The collection contains plucked instruments, Lombard and Cremonese violins, hunting horns, numerous wood instruments, bassoons, pianos and some ancient organs. In particular the Cremonese lutherie is appreciated all over the world for the high quality of its musical instruments. The museum also displays the equipment of the former Studio di fonologia musicale di Radio Milano.

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7. Memoriale della Shoah

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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.

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8. Basilica di San Lorenzo Maggiore

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The Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore is a church in Milan, northern Italy. Located within the city's ring of canals, it was originally built in Roman times and subsequently rebuilt several times over a number of centuries. It is close to the mediaeval Ticino gate and is one of the oldest churches in Milan. It is near the city park called Basilicas Park, which includes both the Basilica of San Lorenzo and the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, as well as the Roman Colonne di San Lorenzo.

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9. Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica – Osservatorio astronomico di Brera

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The Brera Observatory is an astronomical observatory in the Brera district of Milan, Italy. It was built in the historic Palazzo Brera in 1764 by the Jesuit astronomer Roger Boscovich. Following the suppression of the Jesuits by Clement XIV on 21 July 1773, the palace and the observatory passed to the then rulers of northern Italy, the Austrian Habsburg dynasty. Following the independence of Italy in 1861, the observatory has been run by the Italian government.

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10. Torre Branca

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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.

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11. Acquario Civico

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Acquario Civico Mauro Mariani at Italian Wikipedia / Public domain

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.

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12. San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore

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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.

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13. Museo del Risorgimento

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The Museum of the Risorgimento, located in the 18th-century Milanese Palazzo Moriggia, houses a collection of objects and artworks which illustrate the history of Italian unification from Napoleon's first Italian campaign of 1796 to the annexation of Rome in 1870. The city of Milan played a key role in the process, most notably on the occasion of the 1848 uprising against the Austrians known as the Five Days of Milan.

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14. Porta Nuova

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Porta Nuova is one of the six main doors of Milan, obtained along the Spanish bastions, now demolished. Located north of the city in Piazzale Princess Clotilde, it opens along the road to Monza. Characterized today by the presence of the neoclassical arc of the Zanoia (1810-1813) and the adjoining Dayziari toll booths, stands at the center of Piazzale Princess Clotilde, at the outlet of Corso di Porta Nuova.

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15. Mudec

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The Museo delle Culture in Milan (Mudec) is a museum and exhibition center inaugurated in 2014, dedicated to enhancement and interdisciplinary research on world cultures. In the Mudec the finds and collections of the ethnographic and anthropological collections of the Municipality of Milan found location. The spaces of the museum also constitute an exhibition center for temporary exhibitions and events.

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16. Cavallo di Leonardo da Vinci

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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.

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17. Monumento a Sandro Pertini

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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.

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18. Giardino Gonin Giordani

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Gonin Giordani garden is a park in the city of Milan. It takes its name from two ways that flank it, and it is a park of type quite different from the usual, for its long and narrow plant, and having been designed and built with particular regard to the "sporting" needs of its visitors. It stands on an area abandoned by industrial activities in the southwestern part of Milan.

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19. Porta Ticinese

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The ancient Porta Ticinese is one of the three medieval gates of the city that still exist in modern Milan, together with the medieval Porta Nuova in Manzoni street and the Pusterla di Sant'Ambrogio. Originally built in the twelfth century, the structure of Porta Ticinese was restored in 1861 by Camillo Boito, who inserted two lateral arches next to the only original access.

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20. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi al Fopponino

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San Francesco d 'Assisi al Fopponino Church is a modern church in Via Paolo Giovio, Milan, near Piazzale Aquileia, in the Parish of Porta Vercellina. Built in 1964 and designed by architect Gio Ponti, it is located in an area previously occupied by Fopponino in the port of Vercellina, opened in 1576 during the Great Plague of St. Charles and was suppressed in 1895.

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21. Monumento alle Cinque Giornate di Milano

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Monumento alle Cinque Giornate di Milano Giovanni Dall'Orto / Attribution

The monument to the five days is a commemorative monument for the victims of the city insurrection against the Austrian troops in the days between 18 and 22 March 1848. The bronze sculptural group was made over a span of thirteen years by Giuseppe Grandi, who He completed him just before he died. Located in the square five days in Milan, it was inaugurated in 1895.

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22. Santa Maria della Consolazione

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The church of Santa Maria della Consolation at the Castle is a small church located in Largo Cairoli in Milan, at the end of via San Giovanni on the wall and in front of the Dal Verme Theater. It is a subsidiary church of the parish of Santa Maria to the door of the Archdiocese of Milan and Cappellania of the community of the faithful Milanese Filippini.

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23. Chiesa parrocchiale di San Gabriele Arcangelo in Mater Dei

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San Gabriele Arcangelo Church in Mater dei is a Roman Catholic place of worship located in Via Termopili in Milan, near Viale Monza, in the Decanato Turro region. It was designed in 1956 by brothers Aquil and Pierre Giacomo Castillioni at the urging of future Pope Paul VI, Cardinal Giovanni Batista Montini, and completed in 1959.

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24. Torre Velasca

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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.

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25. Chiesa del Sacro Volto

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Sacro Volto Church is a place of worship in Milan, Italy. It is located in the Isola district, near the Porta Garibaldi station in Milan, Via Sebenico 31. She has been a member of the parish of Santa Maria Ala Fontana since November 1, 2015, and a member of the Maria Pastoral Society of the Mother of Compassion.

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26. Antiquarium Alda Levi

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The Antiquarium in 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 on the basis of the latest archaeological investigations conducted in the city.

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27. Torre Romana del Carrobbio

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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.

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28. Tempio della Vittoria

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The Temple of Victory, or also the Sacrario of the Milan Fallen or Monument to the Fallen, is a monumental complex located in Largo Agostino Gemelli between the apsidal area of the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio and the headquarters of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in the center of Milan.

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29. Pinacoteca di Brera

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The Pinacoteca di Brera is the main public gallery for paintings in Milan, Italy. It contains one of the foremost collections of Italian paintings from the thirteenth to the twentieth century, an outgrowth of the cultural program of the Brera Academy, which shares the site in the Palazzo Brera.

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30. Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore

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The Church of the Most Holy Redeemer is a Catholic place of cult of the city of Milan, located in via Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, near Corso Buenos Aires, in the Town Hall 3, the seat of the homonymous parish of the Venice Denicate of the Pastoral Area I of the Archdiocese from Milan.

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31. Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

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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 Inter Milan and A. C. Milan. It has a seating capacity of 80,018, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe, and the largest in Italy.

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32. Santa Maria presso San Satiro

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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.

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33. Tempio Israelitico

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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.

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34. Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia

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Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, dedicated to painter and scientist Leonardo da Vinci, is the largest science and technology museum in Italy. It was opened on 5 February 1953 and inaugurated by Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi.

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35. Santa Maria alla Fontana

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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.

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36. Parco Andrea Campagna

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The Andrea Campagna Park is an important meeting place and the aggregation point of the Barona district of Milan which since April 21, 2012 has been named after Andrea Campagna, policeman and gold medal for civil value killed in service by Cesare Battisti.

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37. Santi Protasio e Gervasio

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San Protaso is a church in Milan, located on the corner of Piazzale Brescia and via Osoppo, in the Town Hall 7; On it insists the homonymous parish of the Ambrosian rite belonging to the Poor of San Siro of the pastoral area I of the Archdiocese of Milan.

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38. Torre Unicredit

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The UniCredit Tower is a skyscraper in Milan, Italy. At 231 metres (758 ft), it is the tallest building in Italy. In 2009, the estimated labour cost was about €2.1 billion, and in 2015 the infrastructure cost €2.7 billion, a total of €4.8 billion.

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39. Chiesa di Santa Maria Rossa

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The church of Santa Maria Rossa in Crescenzago is an ancient building of Catholic worship, located in Milan, in via Domenico Berra, in the Crescenzago district, in the north-eastern outskirts of the city. The Church is dedicated to the Virgin Assunta.

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40. Basilica di San Babila

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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.

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41. Ossario Piccoli Martiri di Gorla

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The monument to the Little Martyrs of Gorla is an ossuary monument by Remo Brioschi placed in Piazza Piccoli Martiri in memory of the massacre of Gorla, which took place on October 20, 1944 due to a bombing of Milan during the Second World War.

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42. F-84 F Thunderstreak

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The Republic F-84F Thunderstreak was an American swept-wing turbojet fighter-bomber. While an evolutionary development of the straight-wing F-84 Thunderjet, the F-84F was a new design. The RF-84F Thunderflash was a photo reconnaissance version.

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43. Porta Volta

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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.

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44. Giardino della Guastalla

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The Guastalla Gardens are a park in Milan. Overlooking via Francesco Sforza, in front of the State University of Milan and alongside the Maggiore hospital, are among the least extensive, but also some of the oldest public gardens in Milan.

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45. Casa Manzoni

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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.

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46. Chiesa di San Fedele

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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.

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47. Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia

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The Barigozzi Foundry, founded in 1806 as the Napoleonic Foundry Eugenia, was a historic foundry of the city of Milan, located in the Fontana area, at the former convent of the church of Santa Maria alla Fontana, in the Isola district.

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48. Parco della Lambretta

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The Lambretta Park, previously called Park of the Acqua and also known as Park Maserati, is the green structure created where a part of the Innocenti Maserati industrial complex in Lambrate, in the Municipio 3 of Milan, was located.

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49. Basilica di San Vincenzo in Prato

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The basilica of San Vincenzo in Prato is a church in Milan, northern Italy. It is the only one in city which has entirely maintained its original Palaeo-Christian appearance. The church is located in Via Daniele Crespi 6, Milan.

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50. Chiesa di Santa Maria Segreta

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The prepositional church of Santa Maria Secret is a Catholic place of worship in Milan, home to the homonymous parish; The building is located in Town Hall 1, in via Mascheroni, in the position overlooking Piazza Tommaseo.

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51. Conca dell'Incoronata

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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.

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52. Cimitero Monumentale

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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.

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53. Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova

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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.

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54. Chiesa di Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia

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The church of Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia is a church in Milan, also called Casoretto abbey, from the name of the Casoretto district, in the north -eastern outskirts, where it stands in Piazza San Maternal.

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55. Santa Maria del Rosario

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Santa Maria del Rosario is a prepositional parish church of the twentieth -century conception located in Milan in Piazza del Rosario, along the Via Andrea Solari, in the territory of the Denicate of Porta Vercellina.

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56. Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Grazie al Naviglio

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The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie al Naviglio is a Catholic place of worship in Milan. It is located along the Naviglio Grande, in Alzia Naviglio Grande 34, in the Porta Genova district, inside the Town Hall 6.

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57. Chiesa di San Pietro in Sala

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The church of San Pietro in the room is a Catholic cult of Milan, located in the western area of the city. It is the seat of the homonymous parish, included in the decanted Vercellina of the Archdiocese of Milan.

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58. Parco Vittorio Formentano

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The Vittorio Formentano Park, also known as the Parco di Largo Marinai d'Italia, is a Milanese park of 72320 m², located between Corso XXII March and Viale Umbria, without fence and therefore always accessible.

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59. Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea

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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.

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60. Cappella di Sant'Aquilino

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San Aquilino Chapel is a church located on the right side of San Lorenzo Cathedral in Milan, which is connected by a passage. The church dates back to the 5th century, when there were some mosaic remains.

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61. Parco Portello

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The Alfa Romeo - Portello Industry Park is the green area within the homonymous residential neighborhood of Milan, on the homonymous area abandoned by the Alfa Romeo of the Portello factory in the 1980s.

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62. Bagni misteriosi

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The mysterious bathrooms is a 1973 work by Giorgio De Chirico, initially created for the fountain in the garden of the Palazzo dell'Arte in the Sempione Park in Milan and now exhibited at the 900 museum.

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63. Chiesa di San Sepolcro

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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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