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Porta Ticinese and the surrounding area is a very old-fashioned quarter nearly untouched by WWII bombings.
Porta Ticinese and the surrounding area is a very old-fashioned quarter nearly untouched by WWII bombings. At night Milanese people like to have a walk near Colonne di San Lorenzo (S.Lawrence's columns).
Piazza 24 Maggio, Milan, Italy
+39 02 7740 4343
A lovely 4th century basilica, famous for its beautiful courtyard, with Roman-age columns and statue of the emperor Constantine
A beautiful and huge Byzantic/Romanic church which was almost destroyed by allied bombing in World War 2, although some of its Byzantic mosaics are well preserved
A must-see! A stunning fully frescoed Renaissance church
Roman antiques from Milan and the surrounding area
Historical library that also houses the Ambrosian art gallery with treasures such as Leonardo Atlantic Codex
A central and busy square in Milan, right near the Duomo
This church with Byzantine frescoes built in the 9th century is dedicated to Saint Satyrus
One of the grandest and most frequented fashionable high streets in Milan