Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde, Milan
8 Via Monte di Pietà, Milan 20121
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Popularly known as the 'Ca' de Sass' (house of stones) due to its rusticated stone facade, it was designed by G. ... More
Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde
Popularly known as the 'Ca' de Sass' (house of stones) due to its rusticated stone facade, it was designed by G. Balzaretto in 1868-1872 as the head office for the Cassa di Risparmio bank. Based on the Florentine Renaissance conception of the palazzo, or palace, the building is meant to be an allusion to the banking activities conducted by members of this Medici-controlled city. Extending right down the block, the building consists of a central body and two wings with terraces.
The Loggia is also known as the Loggia di San Matteo is to be found on the corner of Piazza
San Marco, just before the turning off to via Ricasoli. The portico was part of the hospital dedicated to ...
Commissioned by Ludovico di Moro and designed by Guiniforte Solari, this building was intended as a mausoleum for the Sforzesco
dynasty, in which the remains of the duke and his wife, Beatrice d'Este, as well as others connected with ...
The entrance to this museum can be reached by walking through the Santuario. The Museum exhibits tell the story of
the Confraternita dei Battuti a Bologna, the founders of the Santa Maria della Vita Hospital. The exhibition includes medical ...