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Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde, Milan

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For a quintessential Milanese experience, stay in the bustling heart of the old town. This area offers easy foot access to most of Milan's main sites, as well as some of the city's finest restaurants, shops, and theaters. The central area is also quite crowded, and comfortable rooms in good hotels can be very expensive. Visitors traveling on a budget can choose from a range of top-notch B&Bs and family-operated hostels, which offer private parking and access to private outdoor space, minutes from Milan's main attractions.
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  • The building of Lombardi Savings Bank is dated from 1870 and it's an example of Florentine style architecture. I liked the brass relief with the cities symbols of Lombardy province towns. It gives the...  more »
  • In the area of Breda is this big palazzone rather dark and gloomy, solid-looking. Transmits a feeling of solidity, which was that of the Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie lombarde. Nothing of that.
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  • In Milan's Brera, for La Scala Theatre, is set in an impressive building, which, as it turns out is the main Italian bank Intesa. The building is very interesting and somewhat distracting from the overall picture of Milanese architecture, mainly because it is built in the Florentine style at the beginning of 19 century, and was here too, but the charity Bank.
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