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The District Fatima developed parallel to Via Ripamonti in the late 50s of the twentieth century and extends from Via Broni along Via Chopin, in the southern part of the Vigentino. The buildings intended for housing were all erected around the park where the parish church of Our Lady of Fatima was built, hence the …

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In the Garibaldi district, parallel to the Bastioni of Porta Nuova, not far from Corso Como, we find Viale Monte Grappa, which crosses Via Melchiorre Gioia, one of the main arteries of Milan’s traffic. At the corner with Viale Monte Grappa 8 stands the building that housed the canteen of the Opera pia Cucine Economiche …

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Once crossed by the railway, Piazzale Susa is located in Zone 4 and is a large square full of greenery but irregularly shaped, crossed by Viale Romagna and connected to Piazzale Dateo by Corso Plebisciti. You can reach this square through Via Giuditta Sidoli, Viale Campania, Viale Argonne and Via Dall’Ongaro. It is a fairly …

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The Martesana Canal, or Naviglio Piccolo, was built owing to the initiative of Francesco Sforza. The works on its construction began in 1475 and finished in 1496, under the guidance of Ludovico il Moro. This artificially channeled watercourse originates from the Adda river, under the castle of Trezzo, and arrives in Milan passing by the …

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Via Garigliano is located in the Isola district, in the first suburbs north of the city, outside Porta Garibaldi, from which it is separated by the train station with the same name. Historically, the district has popular origins but over the years it underwent a noticeable transformation, so much so that it is now appreciated …

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Piazza Duse is located just off Corso Venezia and in front of Indro Montanelli Park, that you can easily reach from Palestro Metro Station on the red line M1. In front of the Museum of Natural History, located in the middle of the public gardens, you can admire an arch designed between 1926 and 1930 …

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The Barona is a historic district of Milan, which extends to the south-west outskirts of the so-called Zone 6, which goes from the circle of the Spanish Bastions, in the stretch of the Darsena, to the borders between the city and Corsico. In addition to the Barona, the area around the Naviglio Grande also includes …

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Via Panfilo Castaldi, in the center of Milan, goes from Corso Buenos Aires to Piazza della Repubblica, between the parallel streets Via Lazzaro Palazzi and Viale Vittorio Veneto. Its strong commercial vocation is combined with a good number of bars and restaurants for all tastes and for any type of social gatherings. Situated halfway between …

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In the Bovisa district, not far from Dergano, we find Via degli Imbriani, which connects Piazza Giovanni Bausan to Viale Edoardo Jenner. Bovisa is a district (zone 9) located in the northern part of the city, partially physically bounded by the railroad tracks. The neighborhood around Via degli Imbriani was born as an industrial area …

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Piazzale Gabrio Piola is entitled after the famous Italian mathematician and physicist, as well as the homonymous Green Line M2 metro stop, even if it is located in Via Pacini, towards Lambrate, at the intersection with Via Bazzini and Via d’Ovidio. Here, in the Città Studi district – not coincidentally – is the seat of …

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