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A library established in 1770 by the Austrian governor.
A library established in 1770 by the Austrian governor. It has since acquired other historical collections and the archives of RAI (Italy's state television). It is very active in organising workshops and debates on new media and new technologies.
Via Brera, 28, Milan, Italy
+39 02 8646 0907
One of Italy's most important art collections and one of the foremost collections of Italian paintings
A museum dedicated to the world's most famous opera house
Giorgio Armani's flagship store
Baroque church with classic marble altars, gilded woodwork and detailed stucco
The location of the Statue of Leonardo da Vinci and La Scala theatre
Impressive refined-air street lined with aristocratic apartment blocks and opulent churches
Luxurious boutique stocking elegant, ready-to-wear men's suits that look custom-tailored
A truly enchanting and tiny medieval square, hidden by the grand palaces in the central part of Milan
One of the world's richest private art collections