This massive enclosed sporting complex has been around since 1961 and was the first of its kind in Milan. The complex has a ... More
This massive enclosed sporting complex has been around since 1961 and was the first of its kind in Milan. The complex has a capacity of 3,000 and hosts sporting events, exhibitions and concerts. It has been recently renovated, and now is equipped with parquet floors and a new avant-garde acoustic system.
When the huge fruit and vegetable market between Via Cadore and Corso XXII Marzo was demolished and turned into a
park after WW2, the building known as Palazzina Liberty was left untouched. Designed by Migliorini in 1908 and completed ...
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 ...
Built by Emperor Maximian in the 4th c. AD when Milan was the capital of the Roman empire in the
West, the imperial palace occupied a huge area between what are now Via Meravigli and Via Torino. The only ...