Little more than a village in 590 B.C. with the name of Medhelan was conquered by the Romans who crippled the name in Mediolanum and made it grow to become the capital of the Western Roman Empire. It was then conquered by the French, then by the Spanish and finally by the Austrians always remaining at the center of the economic events of the peninsula.
Economic engine over time has become fashion capital where names like Armani, Krizia, Prada have their headquarters. Wandering through the streets of Milan, and not only those of the center, allow a unique experience: small shops alternate with more popular brands giving emotions.
And how not to get involved in the culture. There are 70 museums in the city: from the oldest, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, where Leonardo’s Codex Atlanticus is kept, to the latest arrival on the scene, the Museum of Illusions.
If you want to visit monuments and be amazed by some of the lesser known, there some inspirations: Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Chiesa di San Carlo al Corso, Chiesa di San Babila, Villa Necchi Campigli, Palazzo Berri Meregalli, Civico Planetario, Casa Galimberti, Albergo Diurno Venezia, Resti del Palazzo Imperiale in Via Brisa, Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore (the “Sistine Chapel of Milan”), Archaeological Museum of the City of Milan, Palazzo Litta, Casa deli Atellani, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Cenacolo Vinciano (Last Supper).
Without forgetting the Duomo, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Sforzesco Castle and much more.
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