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Inside of the ramparts, the walls built to protect the city, Porta Romana is one of the six gates of Milan that identified one of the city districts (Sestieri), ie the old districts in which the historical center of Milan was divided. Each Sestiere was then divided into Contrade. In 1792 the medieval Porta Romana …

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Piazza Lima in Milan is located in the center, south of Corso Buenos Aires, one of the main shopping streets in Milan. The Lima Metro Station (red line M1), is halfway down this street, whereas the other stops, Porta Venezia and Loreto, are at the opposite ends. Its location makes it an ideal area to …

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The Guastalla Garden is the oldest public garden in Milan, although it is the least extensive (12,000 square meters). Its entrances are located in Via Francesco Sforza, in Via San Barnaba and in Via Guastalla. Strongly endorsed in 1555 by the Countess Paola Ludovica Torelli di Guastalla, the Guastalla Garden is situated opposite the University …

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Via Torino is one of the busiest streets in the city, not only because of the shopping and the commercial offering, but also for its historical remains. It is one of many the main streets that connect Piazza del Duomo to the Ticinese district, much loved by young people due to the shopping streets, small …

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The heart of Milan, from Verziere to Piazza San Babila, is crossed by Corso Europa, a wide and important street of the historic center and a commercial area of ​​the city of Milan. The Western side of Corso Europa is composed of arcades housing several commercial galleries that end up on the parallel Corso Vittorio …

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Piazza Ferrara is on the outskirts of South East Milan, in the Corvetto district, a not so extensive but very populated neighborhood that is part of one of the oldest areas of Milan, crossed by the overpass and the ring road, very close to Porta Romana. This area, like many others in Milan, was the …

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The Arco della Pace is one of the symbols of Milan, a sort of ‘front door’ of the city along the Milan-Paris axis, in the Corso Sempione district with its luxurious buildings on one side, and the beautiful green gardens of Parco Sempione on the other. Together with two tax toll blocks on its sides, …

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Via Solferino is in the Brera district and it is particularly famous because at number 28 stood the historic headquarters of the Corriere della Sera with its editorial offices and those of the Gazzetta dello Sport. This street is characterized by its elegant buildings and its businesses, ready to host the city’s trendiest nightlife. Via …

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The vibrant Lambrate district, on the North-East outskirts of Milan, is much loved by young people and designers who populate it especially during the Milan Design Week. The Ventura Lambrate area peculiarity is due to the nature of this former industrial area now lived and inhabited by young creative talents, designers and photographers. It’s no …

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Along the street that goes from Porta Venezia to Piazzale Loreto we find Piazza Argentina, a very busy corner in Corso Buenos Aires a few steps from Loreto Metro, located at the intersection of Via Mercadante, Via Monteverdi and Via Paganini. This square owes its name to the mayor Ettore Ponti, who in the early …

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