Maurizio Catellan’s L.O.V.E., a provocative sculpture in front of the Milan Stock Exchange, is more than an irreverent gesture.
The Duomo is magnificent. But do you know what else to do in Milan? Here are three ideas for first time visitors to Milan.
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Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera is a first class gallery on par with Italy’s finest museums. The collection of Italian, mostly religious, art is spread out in 38 rooms and includes masterpieces by Andrea Mantegna, Piero Della Francesca, Raphael, and Caravaggio.
Milan’s famed Duomo, also known as Santa Maria Nascente (Saint Mary of the Nativity), is that jagged, Gothic behemoth that defines the city’s traditional skyline. The Duomo is also the second largest church in Italy.
Help preserve the Gothic spires of the Milano Duomo via the Adopt a Spire initiative.