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Arena Civica, Milan

(3.3/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
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  • Dating not today (we could believe them Roman but are only of the XIX °), these arenas show only little interest, if not their monumental gate in the Napoleonic style. Today stage, not worth the detour nor to linger.
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  • With more than two centuries of history on their shoulders the civic Arena, neoclassical building inaugurated in 1807 and from 2002 entitled the great journalist and writer Gianni Brera, can really tell of all sorts, in sports and otherwise. The Amphitheater has hosted, from Napoleonic baptism on, demonstrations and different personalities, from large corporate sports balloon takeoff, and even naval battles and the performance of Buffalo Bill's circus. Personally I also recall an exciting and busy Joan Baez concert in the summer of 1970. Today, after many vicissitudes and various restructuring, the Arena continues to be a valuable reference point for sport in Milan, especially soccer and athletics. We should remember, besides the great Brera, the nine antifascists who here were shot in retaliation from Republicans on December 19, 1943.
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  • The arena civica Gianni Brera in Milan is a multipurpose sports facility opened in the early 1800, still one of the most remarkable monuments of the city. Since 2000 is home to the home games of the Brera Calcio, football club, which plays in Eccellenza.
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  • A cool place to go jogging and bring your kids.
  • Go there in a sunny day and enjoy the park! A lot of green, fresh air and nice landscapes.
  • Suggestive location for events and concerts. I saw Radiohead here for the In Rainbows tour: my only regret was taking a seated ticket as I was so much far away from the stage. Although you can't see anything, gigs are enjoyable even when standing outside.
  • You can't get inside if there isn't a event.
  • Amazing architecture and really easy to reach