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Best things to do in Milano

Museum
“Located not far from the Duomo, Milan’s Castello Sforzesco – built in the 15th century by Duke Francesco Sforza – was once one of the largest citadels in Europe. Today, it houses various museums and numerous important artworks and relics, but it is also nice to wander through its courtyards and drink in the sense of history. After you are done exploring the castle, walk out the back gate and straight into Parco Sempione, Milan’s “green lung” and one of the most beautiful parks in the city. There are a variety of events planned this year at the castle to honour da Vinci’s contribution to the destination, from frescoes to other beautiful adornments. ”
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Konstmuseum
“Come here to see classical paintings. It's house of the wordl famous "The Kiss" by Hayez”
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Konstmuseum
“overlooking Duomo, a wonderful art collection on three floors with a restaurant”
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Science Museum
“A very very nice science museum with ships, trains and airplanes. Highly recommended!”
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Premise
“A sparkling collection of artwork is displayed inside, but the exterior of the former royal palace is as much of a masterpiece as any of the exhibits, which include contemporary and traditional themes.”
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Konstgalleri
“This old sugar factory was converted in the temple and museum of fashion powerhouse Prada. Go and have a look at the next big thing in Milan”
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Bistro
“Apart from the museum, this is a street full of life , surrounded by fashion stores and cafés”
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Konstmuseum
“House of the design and modern art. wonderful location close to the parl. After a full immersion of culture reach the rooftop "Terrazza Triennale" for a drink, not recommended for food though. ”
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Konstmuseum
“Attractions, Religious buildings and sites : Da Vincis Last Supper painting in Milan Perhaps one of the most famous paintings in the world, da Vinci’s The Last Supper has been reproduced to death, but no tote bag or mouse pad or even large-scale reproduction can adequately capture the artist’s emotionally charged mural. Unlike frescoes, which are painted on wet plaster and thus must be completed rather quickly, da Vinci used tempera paints on a dry wall after sealing the stone with dried plaster and adding an undercoat of white lead to achieve greater luminosity. It's astonishing and overwhelming – even despite the fact that Jesus's feet were lost in 1652 given some ill-thought-out renovations. ”
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Konstgalleri
“A bit far but worth the visit if you really love contemporary art. Very fine programs”
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Museum
“The museum is divided into five different permanent sections: Mineralogy (with a large collection of minerals from all over the world); Paleontology (with several fossils of dinosaurs and other prehistoric organisms); Natural History of Man (dedicated to the origins and evolution of humans with a particular attention to the relationship of the latter with the environment); Invertebrate Zoology (dedicated to mollusks, arthropods and entomology); and Vertebrate Zoology (dedicated to vertebrates, both exotic and European).”
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Kyrkogård
“'Cimitero Monumentale'; One of the most beautiful and quiet places in the city. Monumental Cemetery hosts the graves of many people who made the city of Milan great. Milanese people love to walk around this place admiring the art or visiting the graves of famous people. You will see so many different architectural styles, so many beautiful sculptures; you'll feel like you're walking through a unique park or a museum; much more than just a cemetery. Try to get lost in its alleyways and you'll always discover something beautiful!”
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Museum
“Hidden villa-gem from the 30s, penned by the great architect Portaluppi, with gorgeous garden and exquisite interiors.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“The area surrounding Porta Ticinese is a historic quartiere of Milan; it has its coat of arms, a three-legged red stool on a silver background. The district is part of the Navigli area of Milan, which is rich of monuments, tourist attractions, night life, and more, and qualifies as one of the most important areas of Milan outside the historic centre. It includes the notable Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, a basilica that was established in the middle ages and restored several times through the centuries, so that the original romanesque structure has been complemented with Renaissance elements. Sant'Eustorgio is located in a well known city park called Parco delle Basiliche, which also includes another prominent basilica, that of San Lorenzo. Nearby are also the Colonne di San Lorenzo, which are among the best preserved Roman ruins in Milan. The plaza where the Colonne di San Lorenzo are located is also one of the key places of the so-called "Milanese movida", i.e., night-life.”
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Konstmuseum
“House of Leonardo DaVinci's originals drawings and Raaffaello's preparatory drawings of "The school of Athens" - amazing”
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Planetarium
“The Milan Planetarium (in Italian, Planetario di Milano) is the largest and most important planetarium in Italy. It is located in the Gardens of Porta Venezia, in the Porta Venezia district of Milan. It was established in 1930, and has been in operation since then. The Planetarium building was inaugurated on May 20, 1930. It was designed by architect Piero Portaluppi for Ulrico Hoepli, who donated it to Milan. It has an octagonal base and it is 19.6 meters in diameter, with an overall capacity of 300 seats. The dome-shaped screen is decorated with the silhouette of the Milan skyline as it was in 1930 (for example, without the Pirelli Tower)”
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