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Milan's major places of interest include Duomo, Castello Sforzesco, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Pinacoteca di Brera, Teatro alla Scala. To name just a few. Actually, in Milan, as well as in other cities of Italy, there are numerous attractions and sights. Explore Milan Places to find more about this Italian city's attractions and sights.

  • Duomo View from the Square Duomo
    Duomo is one of the most famous cathedrals not only in Italy but in the whole world. This gothic cathedral was begun by Galeazzo Visconti III (1351-1402), first duke of Milan, in 1386. However, Duomo, consecrated in the 15th-16th century, was not completed until the coronation of Napoleon as king of Italy in 1809. ... More>>

  • Castello Sforzesco
    Since the turn of the 20th century, the Castello Sforzesco has been the depository of several city-owned collections of Egyptian and other antiquities, musical instruments, arms and armor, decorative arts and textiles, prints and photographs (on consultation), paintings, and sculpture. ... More>>

  • Basilica di S. Ambrogio
    The basilica of St. Ambrogio is the symbolic church of the city which was originally built in 379 on the tombs of St. Gervasio and St. Protasio. The basilica is one of the oldest churches in Milan, built by Bishop Ambrose in 379-386 AD. ... More>>

  • Basilica di San Marco
    Located in heart of Milan between Castello Sforzesco and the Giardini Pubblici, Basilica San Marco was named after the famous Basilica in Venice of the same name in an effort to pay homage to the Venetians for their aid in reconstructing the city after Barbarian invasions. ... More>>

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