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It is what it is, and not much more. A lot of hustle and bustle in the area, but it is kind of a mishmosh. If you focus on the columns and understand the why and where they stand, you will be fine, but it...More
A little bit of ancient Rome in Milan.
16 columns that date back to the 5th century when Milan was the capital of the Roman Empire.
It was a surprise to come across this in the evening and first I thought it might be a...More
This square is one my favorite in MIlan. It is full of young people in the evenings hanging around having drinks playing soccer and chitchatting with their friends.
The ancient church and columns are stunning
My only complaint is that there are always these Egyptian...More
A colonnade of 16 beautiful corinthian styled roman columns probably coming from a 2nd century temple. One of the few romeains of the roman imperial city of Mediolanum. On the front is a square which used to be completely full of houses, then demolished in...More
These columns are a spectacular sight and act as a gateway at the front of the church. It's a sight not to be missed however it's difficult to get decent photos without getting the shops or apartments in the shots as they are all in...More
This line of 16 marble Corinthian columns, the only remains of Roman Temple or other structure, is one of a few Roman ruins still in situ in Milano.
It can be seen in front of the Basilica of St. Lorenzo.
This is probably the only Roman era monument located within urban Milan; located at the far end of Via Torino, a popular shopping destination, which connects it to the Duomo.
There are 16 Corinthian columns in a row, which are all that remains of a...More
The pulsating core of Milan is in Centro. Duomo Square is enclosed by the gothic cathedral, the historic icon of Milan. However, shopping is what draws most crowds to this area. The classy and versatile Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants will turn any shopping or lunch expedition into a royal experience. Head to the rooftop of the flagship La Rinascente to enjoy the
view of the animated square with a panorama of the Duomo. The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the street for high-end shopping. Brands of all kinds and street artists attract the attention of all visitors; while at Via Santa Radegonda 16, Luini Panzerotti is a much appreciated street food shop providing unimaginable culinary experiences. If shopping takes its toll on you, consider visiting Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle housing several museums. Those looking to relax can go to Parco Sempione, where nature provides respite from the energy of this dynamic and international city.