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Chiusa Leonardesca al Ponte delle Gabelle, Milan
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  • Worth seeing, because in practice only remaining, well preserved in the constituent parts. In addition to the genius of Leonardo, is to remember that this type of locks is typical of Milan. The beautiful view that this winter has celebrated the waterways of Milan devoted a section to this type of hydraulic architecture. Obvious the regret for the destruction of the navigli in Milan had a face quite different!
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  • It is a pity that the waterways of Milan have been drastically reduced and without a specific project. This is a closed remained stifled by buildings and skyscrapers, sin.
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  • Sometime around Milan running down the river. Walking through the Centre of Milan, you can see the River, survived even a small piece of bridge and embankment. It is interesting to see how much higher we now live.
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