Corso Magenta, Milan
Categories: Scenic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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Corso Magenta, oltre a distinguersi per i begli edifici che lo fiancheggiano, racchiude in sé alcune tra le gemme più preziose della città. Va perciò rigorosamente percorso a piedi, con l'attenzione e... read more »Corso Magenta, plus distinguish themselves for the beautiful buildings that flank, encompasses some of the most precious gems of the city. Should therefore be strictly walking route, with the attention and the slow pace of the case, dwelling if called from the eyes and the heart. Two captive gems because of incomparable beauty are certainly the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore. But along the way you will also meet the House of Leonardo, the XVII century with Grapevine Atellani Palazzo Litta, the archaeological museum and a wide variety of buildings of different eras. A few shops, but some with a long tradition.show original
Es una calle típica milanesa sin nada especial salvo que en ella se encuentra el solar donde Leonardo preparaba sus pinturas y vivió mientras realizaba La Última Cena. Se encuentra a una cuadra del mu... read more »It is a typical Milanese Street with nothing special unless you will find the lot where Leonardo was preparing his paintings and lived during the last supper. It is located one block from the wall. Charge entry to see the workshop of Leonardo.show original
Un vecchio lungo Corso, ricco di attrazioni,piacevole da fare una bella passeggiata,adatto sopratutto agli amanti di storia, essendo ricco di monumenti,essendo una delle strade più vecchie della città... read more »An old, rich in attractions, pleasant to take a walk, suitable for lovers of history, being rich in monuments, being one of the oldest streets of the city but especially is convenient and close to get there, thanks to the Metro. Descending from Piazza Cadorna, going straight, you'll get there just a few metres away. Along the course, on the right is the carina and especially the square of Santa Maria delle Grazie.show original
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