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Banca d'Italia, Milan

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#79 of 103 in Historic Sites in Milan
Architectural Building Historic Site
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  • With its mass greve and imposing the Palace reveals surprisingly bright and good organized interior spaces, while not giving up the monumentality already announced from the outside. Perceivable in any environment refined taste, albeit redundant, architectural solutions as in the use of artwork. Of admirable workmanship the magnificent wrought iron entry door. The austere and solemn of the great Palace dissolves on Sunday morning when just opposite held the traditional and picturesque market of Philately and numismatics, that basically, if you look closely, has his reasons for being here.
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  • We visited thanks to Make the Bank of Italy. On the occasion of the spring days we managed to visit the Bank thanks to a guide who accompanied us in and we explained what we saw. Notable, I have appeared, as we ascended the steps of Carrara marble, the two mullioned Windows with stained glass Windows and the canopy to the ceiling which lend a lot of light. The upper window is decorated with three figures: Mercury in the Middle, abundance and Temperance. Several rooms were reconstructed after WWII bombardamneti: see for example the Chamber of the shareholders ' meeting. During the tour we did see the new Bill change from 50 €, which in April will go into circulation (han also produced plastic bancinte that allow you to better understand the new anti-fraud features of new banknote). Within the Bank there are several valuable works including a painting of the famous painter Bale. The central entrance there was shown at the end of round: the natural stone is stone of Viggiù regarding the story, the upper floors are of Carrara stone. The entrance is very nice: above the Doric columns there are four caryatids in Carrara marble. The iron gate, bronzes and marble falls at the end of the day and is the largest in Milan, an employee of the Bank of Italy. Entering Bank in the lounge for the public there are the original furnishings and a statue by Giò Pomodoro. An interesting visit: thanks!
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  • On the occasion of the spring days of do they open to the public the State rooms of the first and second floor. Large, empty and icy cold marble covered with an endless variety of paintings and works of art owned by the Bank. Worthy of particular attention the multicolored stained glass windows of the grand staircase and main hall on the second floor. @gargio76
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