The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is the museum which contains masterpieces, artworks and important collections of the Renaissance made by artists from Lombardia.
The Triennale of Milan, located inside the Palazzo dell’Arte in Sempione Park, is the seat of international design exhibitions, conventions, events concerning art, architecture and fashion.
The sixteen marble Columns of San Lorenzo represent the Imperial Milan; this place has become a hangout on weekends and in summertime. There are many restaurants, bars and fashion shops.
The Milan Natural History Museum is located in the Indro Montanelli Garden near Porta Venezia and it is part of the museum centre that includes the Aquarium and the Planetarium. It’s made of seven sections involved in scientific researches and in the preservation of natural environment.
Santa Maria delle Grazie is one of the most suggestive churches built during the Renaissance in Lombardia and it contains the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci or Cenacolo Vinciano, one of the greatest masterpieces of the history of art.
Casa Manzoni (Manzoni’s home) is a building inspired by Renaissance architecture and was the home of writer and poet Alessandro Manzoni from 1813 until his death. It’s the venue of the Manzoni Museum, the National Center for Manzonian Studies and the Historical Lombard Society.
Castello Cova is an historical building of Milan. Constructed in 1915 and based on the project of Adolfo Coppedè, its neo-medieval style inspired the architects of the Torre Velasca skyscraper located in central Milan.