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Que Faire à Milan

Meilleures attractions à visiter à Milan

11. Basilique de San Lorenzo - Milan

Basilique de San Lorenzo

Italy is known for its places of worship, and one of the oldest in these lines the Basilica di San Lorenzo. The church is one of the largest in the city of Florence in Italy and has existed for hundreds of years having been consecrated in the year 393. For a number of years this was used as the seat of the Bishop. The church is huge with distinctly designed walls and a structure to marvel at, people can take a look at the church and make the most of its creation.


12. Basilique de Saint Ambrogio - Milan

Basilique de Saint Ambrogio

Basilica di Sant Ambrogio is a stunning piece of creation. Standing tall with two tall over powering towers, the Church is located in Milan, Italy. The church is one of the oldest every built and it has been used as the resting place for a number of martyrs who had faced persecution from the Romans. The local church is neatly designed. It offers a healthy insight into the history of the place and the use of symbols of wealth and anti Arian language offers an intriguing outlook.


13. Basilique de Saint Simpliciano - Milan

Basilique de Saint Simpliciano

The Basilica of San Simpliciano is the second oldest church in the area. The Latin cross on top of it is one of the oldest in the Latin world and it was the first that Saint Ambrose erected in homage to the great Saint Simplician on whom the church is named. The location of the church was once a pagan cemetery. The church is a unique design. The walls have been decorated by the designs prevalent in that era and a tour of the church takes one through that era.


14. Basilique de Saint Eustorgio - Milan

Basilique de Saint Eustorgio

The Basilica of Sant’ Eustorgio is one of the oldest church in the area. The Church was designed by architects at the time to make sure it is one which is marveled at. To this day, locals and tourists are able to marvel at its creation. The church for many years has been a place of pilgrimage for everyone who wants to go to Rome or take a trip to the Holy land. Due to its location as a pilgrimage hot spot, it has a mixture of different cultures. Over years it was thought to have the tombs of three kings.


15. Bibliothèque d'Ambrosiana - Milan

Bibliotheque d Ambrosiana

The Bilblioteca Ambrosiana is the historic library which is located in Milan, Italy. The place also houses an art gallery in addition to the plethora of books that it has on offer. The library and its creation is credited to Cardinal Federico Borromeo whose agents were responsible for scouring through Europe in search of books of knowledge. The famous books and manuscripts in the library include works such as the famous Iliad and Ilia Picta.


16. Cimetière monumental à Milan - Milan

Cimetiere monumental a Milan

There are seldom cemeteries that are as large as the Cimitero Monumentale di Milano. The cemetery located in Milan is noted for its artistic creation and the abundance of monument and tombs that are located in this area. The monument is designed by a famous architect. The cemetery has stood for hundreds of years and it first opened back in 1866. The tombs in the cemetery are of famous people such as Gio Ponti, Arturo Martini and Lucio Fontana.


17. Galerie d'Art Moderne - Milan

Galerie d Art Moderne

There are seldom art Museums have offer such an intriguing overview and large collection of art work as the Galleria d'Arte Moderna offers. The gallery is designed as a tribute to all the artists who have worked and lived in Italy. The gallery is located in the Lombardy area and it offers a wide variety of Italian and European artworks in the area. Famous works in the area include works by Franceso Filippini, Pablo Picasso, Antonio Canova, etc.


18. Musée Archéologique de Milan - Milan

Musee Archeologique de Milan

The Milan Archaeological Museum (Civico Museo Archeologico di Milano in Italian) is situated in the ex area of the Monastero Maggiore, close by the antiquated church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, with passage on Corso Magenta. The initial segment of the exhibition hall, located in the first site of Corso Magenta, is regarding the historical backdrop of Mediolanum (antiquated Milan) established in the fourth century BC and vanquished by the old Romans in 222 BC. In the cellar floor there is a little segment about Gandhara's crafts. The internal order, where Roman stayed (first third century AD) and two medieval towers are unmistakable, associated with the initial segment of the historical center with the new building sited in by means of Nirone.


19. Naviglio Grande - Milan

Naviglio Grande

The Naviglio Grande is a waterway in Lombardy, northern Italy, joining the Ticino stream close Tornavento (23 km south of Sesto Calende) to the Porta Ticinese dock, otherwise called the Darsena, in Milan. It is a stunning place to visit. It differs in width from 22 m to 50 m from Tornavento to Abbiategrasso, dropping to 15 m amongst there and Milan. The rush of the water at the Grande makes it an ideal location for boating and exploration.


20. Parco Sempione - Milan

Parco Sempione

Parco Sempione ("Simplon Park") is a huge city stop in Milan, Italy. Built up in 1888, it is spread out over 38.6 hectares (95 sections of land), and it is situated in the noteworthy focus of the city, inside the Zone 1 regulatory division. The recreation center is nearby the greenhouses of the Sforza Castle and to the Arch of Peace, two of the fundamental historic points of Milan. The very plan of the recreation center, because of engineer Emilio Alemagna, was considered with the aim of making all encompassing perspectives enveloping both landmarks. A third unmistakable landmark of Parco Sempione is the Palazzo dell'Arte ("Palace of Art"), implicit 1933 and planned by Giovanni Muzio, which as of now houses the Triennale di Milano craftsmanship expo.


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