As an epicentre of finance and fashion, Milan is situated in the northwest of Italy, in the Lombardy region. If you see Rome as representing 'Old Italy', Milan can be considered as representing 'New Italy'. Some of its buildings were destroyed by bomb raids during the Second World War, but it has managed to rebuild itself into a bustling business city. The most iconic image of Milan is surely the Duomo ...
Standing right in the centre of the city, this 19th century gallery is a shopping mecca in Milan.
Santa-Maria delle Grazie ('Holy Mary of Grace') is a Dominican church which was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site, along with the The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci which is kept in the refectory of its convent.
The Naviglio is a system of navigable canals around Milan that lead to Lake Maggiore, Lake Como, and the lower part of the river Ticino.
A monument symbolic of the capital of Lombardy, the cathedral is devoted to Santa Maria Nascente. It stands on the square of the same name in the centre of the city
The Teatro alla Scala in Milan, a temple of lyric opera, is possibly the most admired cultural institution in the capital of Lombardy.
Milan's cultural history is extremely rich and can be seen in the countless works of art on display in various destinations around the city.
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