Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology was founded in 1953. It was one of the most renowned and fascinating attractions in Milan. It is included in the list of the largest museums in Europe.
The museum is located in the center of the city and occupies the building of San Vittore.
The Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio is one of the most popular attractions in Milan. It’s the second in size church after Milan Cathedral. The basilica became the determinant standard of Lombard Roman architecture.
Sforza Castle is considered to be one of the symbols of Milan. The citizens are proud of this construction and the fact that it’s located in the historic center of their beautiful and ancient city. However, the castle doesn’t look that impressive.
Milan Gothic Cathedral is a grand human-made creation and one of the must-see places in Italy. Milan Cathedral is the second largest Catholic Cathedral in the world.
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a landmark of Italy that is often named as the “guest-house” of Milan. This mall is considered the oldest gallery in the world.
The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is famous for being the birthplace of one of the worldwide renowned frescoes. Of course, we are talking about “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. The church was included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980.
An opera house La Scala (in Italian Teatro alla Scala) is a world-famous center of opera culture. It is situated in the Italian city of Milan.
From the ancient Greek, the word “Pinacoteca” means “the storage for paintings”. Brera is the location of the gallery in the central historical quarter in Milan. It’s actually situated in the ancient palace, at Via Brera, 28. The Art Academy and practical classes of the students are located on the first floor of the building.