You know, the beauty of Milan is comes from its historical and cultural places, museums and art galleries. Between a shopping session and the other, make sure you do not miss any of the most beautiful places of culture in Milan. Here you can find the most important museums and art galleries.
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The Monumental is not just a cemetery but a place of great memories civic. A piece of Italian history, therefore, deserves to be visited. Admission is free and visiting it can retrace the major events of the city and much of his artistic history through sculptures and architectures present: from realism and eclecticism of the late nineteenth century, to liberty and symbolism of the early twentieth century, the 30s the contemporary period, as in a real extraordinary “open air museum”.
If you come to Expo not miss the opportunity to see the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. The fresco is precisely in Milan, preserved Renaissance former refectory of the convent adjacent to the sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie …
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La Triennale di Milano is located inside the Palace of Art, it is a cultural institution that produces international exhibitions, conferences and events of design, fashion, art, communication, architecture, society and cinema. The Triennale organizes exhibitions of great visibility, especially dedicated to contemporary art, to the great designers, architects and world-class designers, who were able to influence the tastes and habits of modern society.
The Pinacoteca of Brera is a national gallery of ancient and modern art, located in one of the most beautiful buildings in Milan. The museum houses one of the most famous collections of Italian painting, in particular from Veneto and Lombardy, with important works of other schools. The Art Gallery offers an exhibition that ranges from prehistoric to contemporary art, with works by artists of the twentieth century..
This magnificent building, which stands to the right of the Cathedral, right on the square, was for centuries the seat of the municipality of Milan and now houses exhibitions and cultural events. Royal Palace hosts permanent collections of the Museum of the Duomo in Milan, in addition to temporary exhibitions, especially regarding the world of painting that, over the years, have ranged from impressionism to futurism.