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Brera is an antique District in the city of Milan. The area takes its name from the via Brera which crosses the District and which also gave its name to the famous Palazzo di Brera where the homonymous Pinacoteca is also found. The Brera District is ...
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Teatro alla Scala
The Teatro alla Scala, often called just La Scala, was built in 1776 for want of Maria Teresa d'Austria, following the terrible fire that, in that same year, completely destroyed the Teatro Regio Ducale where, until that time, the lyrical representations ...
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Santa Maria delle Grazie
The church and the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan were built between 1463 and 1482. The building was designed by Guiniforte Solari who realised the construction which reflected the late Gothic style which was very fashionable in the ...
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Pinacoteca di Brera
The Palazzo di Brera was born from an antique Convent which, in the XIV century, was managed by a group of Humiliati monks. Nowadays, the building hosts not only the Pinacoteca but also the Braidense National Library, the Brera Observatory, the Botanical ...
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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is a Museum in Milan which is situated close to Piazza del Duomo, in the centre of the city. The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana was founded in 1618 for want of Cardinal Federico Borromeo who also donated his private art collection. This ...
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Parco Sempione
Parco Sempione, in Milan, is the main green area of the Lombardy Region's capital and is situated behind the Castello Sforzesco, in the centre of the city. The immense garden is decorated in the English style, ith trees and plants distributed in a very ...
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Palazzo Reale
The history of the Palazzo Reale is profoundly interweaved with that of the city of Milan. In the past, the building has in fact represented an important power centre, having been the seat of the government of the city since the early medieval ages. The ...
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Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica
The Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica "Leonardo da Vinci" in Milan is to be found where there was once an Olivetan Monastery and, before that, a Benedictine Convent. The Museum was inaugurated on 15th February 1953 in the presence of Alcide De Gasperi ...
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Museo Teatrale alla Scala
The Museo Teatrale alla Scala covers the history of the lyrical theatre just like that of the great musicians who have had the honour of exhibiting themselves on the stage of La Scala, all through a series of exhibits of inestimable historical and ...
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Museo d'Arte Antica
The Museo d'Arte Antica in Milan is situated within the Castello Sforzesco, and occupies most of the ground and first floors. This museum presents findings of great artistic value  from different historical periods which go from the IV to XVI ...
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