This gate, part of the 12th-century walls of the city, were reinforced and embellished by Azzone Visconti (1330-39), and ... More
Arches of Porta Nuova
This gate, part of the 12th-century walls of the city, were reinforced and embellished by Azzone Visconti (1330-39), and consists of two arches flanked by towers. In the 15th century it was partially demolished and incorporated into other buildings, and then restored in 1861. It was further restored in 1931 with architectural changes.
The Palazzo di Giustizia, designed by Marcello Piacentini, was built between 1932 and 1940 to replace the old palace in
Piazza Beccaria and to give Justice a unified and monumental seat. Piacentini responded to the requests of the regime ...
The Park occupies the place of the ancient Piazza d'Armi. It was initiated in 1980 according to the designs of
Architect Alemagna. It is a Romantic style park with English style organization. It became, from the time of its ...
Deliberately located in the restructured Castello Sforzesco area in order to provide a stable home for festivities and celebratory events
for the Repubblica Cisalpina and the new Regno d'Italia, the Arena Civica was designed by The neoclassical architect Luigi ...
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