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A modern and very busy square north-west of Milan.
A modern and very busy square north-west of Milan. It contains some of the most important office blocks and company buildings in the country, and boasts some good examples of 1950s and 60s Italian architecture. The square in itself is an important one for transportation, and contains some grand hotels. It is also close to the Piazza Duca d'Aosta and the city Central station.
Changing exhibitions of contemporary art
Giardini pubblici (public gardens) is an old 18th century park complex in the Montenapoleone/Porta Venezia district, designed in an English Romantic garden style
Lovely and classy little cobblestone street, with some beautiful ancient buildings
Mainly features 19th Century Italian art
Popular ever since the 1960s, Krizia is a trendy boutique with funky clothes and swanky designs
This small hidden shopping outlet called Basement cannot be seen from the street above
A very big, relatively modern and busy square in the north-east of Milan, famous for hosting the city's majestic central station, and the Pirelli skyscraper
The first and largest planetarium in Italy
A late 19th century aristocratic mansion with Italian Renaissance art collections