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Corso Magenta, Milan

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  • Very elegant and residential street. There are Santa Maria delle Grazie, Stars, etc.. Also interesting is the most commercial with various shops at the highest level and bar renowned
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  • S. Maria delle Grazie with "the last supper, home of Atellani (vigna dat!!), Museum of Martinit, S David, archaeological museum, villaLitta a day is not enough to go around, but definitely worth it!
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  • It's easy to say the course. It is no more than a street and less than a Boulevard, but in this case is a real gem. CIE not a centimeter that doesn't attract attention, there is a building that does not tell a piece of history. Sometimes we don't notice, but it's nice to one day try to walk slowly from piazzale Baracca far begins via Meravigli. Watch gate, entrance gate for entrance, realize how beautiful this artery, a highway from Academy Award for beauty, the level of the most beautiful streets in the world. Among the many attractions that you meet along the way (but mind you should be connected to a leisurely pace tending to slow), apart from the masterpiece of Santa Maria delle Grazie, we find the Casa degli Atellani with gli Orti di Leonardo, Palazzo delle Stelline, the historic Bar Magenta, the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, Teatro Litta , the archaeological museum and a thousand other things, including some very high level shops. The best of the best along a line, not straight but uplifting in all respects.
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