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Milan, the epicenter for Italian fashion and interior designing, an industrial powerhouse and home to Italy’s stock exchange, is quintessentially Italy’s most stylish metropolitan city. But if you see beyond the metropolitan buzz, the city features a serious sense of history too! Strolling across high-chic boutiques and trade fair complexes, you’ll stumble across numerous Gothic churches and palaces.
The modern side of the city includes trendy bars, boutiques, mighty towers, unparalleled shopping complexes, and eclectic nightlife, to name a few. Talking about the historic side, Milan is home to Duomo-the grand Gothic Cathedral Church which is one of the largest in the world and the Santa Maria Delle Grazie church, one that houses the Last Supper painting by Da Vinci and has survived bombing raids in WWII.
The Santa Maria Nascente Cathedral or more commonly known as “II Duomo” is one of the largest churches in the world and can hold up to more than 40,000 people. Being one of the finest examples of the Flamboyant Gothic architectural styles, it features a magnificent facade, an eye-catching roof with over 135 delicately carved stone pinnacles and a magnificent exterior that is further decorated with over 2,245 marble statues.
The opera at Teatro Alla Scala is considered amidst the most eminent opera houses in the world. The season begins every year in early December and runs through the month of May, but it’s pretty hard to arrange the tickets. Almost all the great operatic composers and singers have presented their music at La Scala and it’s audience, of over 2800 people, is also considered as one of the most demanding audiences in Italy.
Castello Sforzesco was originally built in the year of 1368 and was later completely revamped in 1450. In its early days, the Castello was held by the Visconti and the Sforza families, who ruled the Milan in the 13th and 15th century, respectively. The Castello Sforzesco is a series of museums that altogether showcases sculptures, paintings, a collection of musical history, and an armory of weapons and medieval armor.
St. Ambrose- Milan’s patron saint- founded the church of Sant’ambrogio in 386. The present-day church features a magnificent Romanesque architectural design and was built in the 12h century around the choir from an earlier ninth-century church. There’s much to explore at the church, including the large portico, the atrium, the pulpit with late Romanesque carvings, the mosaic dome, and the high altar, to name a few.
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