Colonne di San Lorenzo, Milan
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
The best-known ruin in Milan, Colonne di San Lorenzo is a Roman structure consisting of a square and two surrounding rows of columns. The columns, dating from the second century, were originally part of a bathhouse or temple, but were moved to their current location in the fourth century. When you are finished investigating the ruins, check out the surrounding shops and churches. There are also nearby bars for nighttime fun. Use our Milan trip builder to add Colonne di San Lorenzo and other attractions to your Milan vacation plans.
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not only it is a nice square and interesting remains of a roman temple , but it is now a top meeting place for young people in milano with a very vibrant atmosphere
passeggiando nella zona delle colonne si respira un aria di magia, specialmente la sera con le luci. da segnalare la presenza di murales bellissimi vicino le colonne. inoltre passeggiando verso il cen... read more »walking in the area of the columns is the air of magic, especially at night with the lights. to report the presence of beautiful murals around the columns. also walking toward the Center there are several rooms to do some street foodshow original
Uma das áreas alternativas e estudantis. Cerveja barata e muitos universitários. Esse é o lugar para ir se Navigli for muito "parado" para você.One of the alternative and student areas. Cheap beer and many academics. This is the place to go if Navigli is too "stopped" for you.show original
A place to visit in Milan! Dating from the 4th century, with a beautiful church of San Lorenzo just next to it, colonne are a perfect place to sit and relax and dream about old times! In the evening, it is a popular gathering place for young people. Sometimes it knows to be very crowdy so pay attention to your personal belongings
Walking around Milan I kept wondering where am the Roman ruins were, that is until I came across the colonnes! They are positioned in a way that contrasts with the 18th century basilica and modern street design. Other Roman ruins can be found at Parco dell'Anfiteatro romano e Antiquarium.
16 corinthian columns. A must see in milan!
Cool area full of bars and restaurants, and a meeting point for local young people and college students. If you walk down the main road from here, you can reach the Duomo in little more than 5 minutes.
Good place for Saturday nights, full of pubs around! It's just in the middle, 5 minutes walking from the Duomo and Navigli!
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