This marvelous building is quite easy to find since it's located at Piazza della Scala, just across famous Opera house. Apparently nowdays it contains City Council, so not sure about possibility of visiting it. Still, great architecture.
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This beautiful palace was designed by Galeazzo Alessi and built in the 16th century for a wealthy Genoese trader Tomasso Marino. Since the 19th century the palace is used as a City Hall and its notable Sala Alessi is usually the reception hall for the...More
This palazzo has been Milan's city hall since 1861. Now, apart of its architectural value, there is an art centre, where different exhibitions take place.
This art container opens its doors every year to host an impressive piece for free. I have been going here for years, but now it looks as if people eventually realised the weight of these events and it's getting more and more popular. The installations...More
Every year before Christmas, the city mayor of Milan "offers" one special piece of art to be admired at this magnificent Palazzo Marino ... I have to say this is a great thing the city has ... see, they have amazingly well-trained tour guides who...More
This mid 16th century palace is located in Scala square, and unfortunately, it has not aged gracefully. The city of Milan should really make some effort to make it look a tad more presentable, being the current town hall.
this is the official, representative site of Milano’s city administration; while most of the departments and the interfaces with citizens are kept elsewhere, this is the building where the city council meets and the mayor holds office and receives visitors. As such the building is...More
The architect Tommaso Alessi designed this Palazzo in the 16th c. for Tommaso Marino, banker. It serves now as the city hall with its imposing, but rather sober façade that shares the onlookers' attention with the 18th c. façade of La Scala theatre. They are...More