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Que Faire à Milan

Meilleures attractions à visiter à Milan

21. Piazza Mercanti - Milan

Piazza Mercanti

Piazza Mercanti ("Merchants Square") is a focal city square of Milan, Italy. It is situated between Piazza del Duomo, which denote the focal point of the present day city of Milan, and Piazza Cordusio, and it used to be the heart of the city in the Middle Ages. At the time, the square was bigger than it is currently and known as "Piazza del Broletto", after the "Broletto Nuovo", the castle that possessed the focal point of the square (now on the north side). In the thirteenth century, there were six section focuses to the square, each related to a particular exchange, from sword metal forgers to cap producers.


22. Galerie de photos de Brera - Milan

Galerie de photos de Brera

The Pinacoteca di Brera owes its name to the Germanic braids, demonstrating a lush opening in the city structure: think about the Bra of Verona. At the point when the Jesuits were disbanded in 1773, the palazzo remained the seat of the galactic Observatory and the Braidense National Library established by the Jesuits.he Pinacoteca di ("Brera Art Gallery") is the primary place for canvases in Milan, Italy. It contains one of the principal accumulations of Italian works of art, an outgrowth of the social program of the Brera Academy, which shares the site in the Palazzo Brera.


23. Porta Ticinese - Milan

Porta Ticinese

Porta Ticinese] is a previous city entryway of Milan, Italy. The entryway, confronting south-west, was first made with the Spanish dividers of the city, in the sixteenth century, yet the first structure was later wrecked and supplanted in the mid nineteenth century. The name "Porta Ticinese" is utilized both to access the door legitimate and to the encompassing locale, some portion of the Zone 6 authoritative division. The art on display regarding its creation is one to marvel at.


24. Église San Bernardino alle Ossa - Milan

Eglise San Bernardino alle Ossa

San Bernardino alle Ossa is a congregation in Milan, northern Italy, best known for its ossuary, a little side house of prayer embellished with various human skulls and bones — one mass of the ossuar. In 1210, when a neighboring graveyard came up short on space, a room was worked to hold bones. A congregation was connected in 1269. Revamped in 1679, it was annihilated by a fire in 1712. Another greater church was then joined to the more established one and committed to Saint Bernardino of Siena.


25. Basilique San Giovanni in Conca - Milan

Basilique San Giovanni in Conca

San Giovanni in Conca ruins incorporate the main surviving case of Romanesque sepulcher in Milan. It houses archeological discoveries which delineates the congregation's history. Over the grave are stays of the apse dividers, with a solitary mullioned window and visually impaired curves regular of the Milanese Romanesque. Works of art from the congregation which are currently in the Sforzesco Castle incorporate, separated the two previously mentioned funerary landmarks, two figures from an Annunciation (eleventh century), some Romanesque capitals and frescoes from the fourteenth century.


26. Église de San Marco - Milan

Eglise de San Marco

San Marco Church won't not be at the highest point of a guest's rundown of spots to see while in Florence, yet it is unquestionably justified regardless of the visit. Home to the Beato Angelico in the sixteenth century, it is the site of large portions of the craftsman's works. The Annunciation of the Virgin is heavenly to behold.The Chiostro di Sant' Antonino, the shelter through which you enter, is finished with blurred frescoes by Fra Angelico and other Florentine craftsmen. In the Ospizio dei Pellegrini, where explorers were looked after, there is a radiant gathering of detached artistic creations by Fra Angelico and his adherents.


27. Stade San Siro - Milan

Stade San Siro

The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza usually known as San Siro, is a football stadium in the San Siro region of Milan, Italy, which is the home of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. It has a seating limit of 80,018 people, making it one of the biggest stadia in Europe, and the biggest in Italy. On 3 March 1980, the stadium was named to pay tribute to Giuseppe Meazza, the two-time World Cup champ (1934, 1938) who played for Inter Milan and quickly for Milan in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. The San Siro is a UEFA class four stadium. It facilitated six recreations at the 1990 FIFA World Cup and four European Cup finals, in 1965, 1970, 2001 and 2016.


28. Saint Marie A La Porte - Milan

Saint Marie A La Porte

Chiesa di Santa Maria alla Porta is a congregation in Milan, Italy. It was implicit 1652 and composed by modeler Francesco Maria Richini. Probably officially existing in the twelfth century, the present church of Santa Maria alla Porta was raised in Milan amid the Spanish administer in year 1652 by draftsman Richini. The venture was finished by Francesco Borromini who was in charge of the development of the rococo entry and the overhanging tympanum. It offers a unique intake of culture and art for tourists.


29. Église Santa Maria delle Grazie de Milan - Milan

Eglise Santa Maria delle Grazie de Milan

The Duke of Milan Francesco I Sforza requested development of a Dominican community and a congregation at the site of an earlier house of prayer committed to the Marian dedication of St Mary of the Graces known as the Santa Maria Delle Grazie. The principle planner, Guiniforte Solari, outlined the cloister, which was finished by 1469. Development of the congregation took decades. Duke Ludovico Sforza chose to have the congregation fill in as the Sforza family entombment site, and modified the house and the apse, both finished after 1490. Ludovico's better half Beatrice was present in the congregation in 1497.


30. Tour Branca - Milan

Tour Branca

Torre Branca or Tower is an iron all encompassing tower situated in Parco Sempione, the principle city stop of Milan, Italy. It is 108.6 m high, which makes it the 6th most astounding structure in Milan after Unicredit Tower (231 m), Palazzo Lombardia (161 m), Pirellone or Pirelli Tower (127 m) and the Breda Tower (116 m). The highest point of the tower is an all encompassing point whose view, on a crisp morning, may incorporate the Milan city-line and in addition the Alps, the Apennines, and part of the Po Valley.


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