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Emperor's Palace of Milan, Milan
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  • After examination of the frescoes the Church of San Maurizio, when moving to the Duomo, you can turn on via Brisa to explore archaeological sites (quiet green corner). The ruins of the Palace or cult constructions, whose plan is visible on remnants of foundations and walls.
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  • I begin by saying that the city of Milan has done an excellent job of recovery and that the site is well maintained. Unfortunately, the visible part of the ancient Roman imperial palace, it's really easy and reduced. Anyway for all fans of history and archaeology, is worth a visit (free also).
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  • After visiting the Archeological Museum we headed in via Brisa, a few hundred meters away, to visit what remains (mostly foundations) of the great Roman imperial palace in Milan. It was built in the time of Maximian, when made of Mediolanum's own capital of the Western Roman Empire. At the end of the 3rd century AD, then, Milan officially becomes one of the capitals of the Roman Empire until 402 ad, the year of the transfer of the Court at Ravenna. As capital the city assumed the role of administrative, military and judicial personnel; It was then expanded the city walls, were constructed new buildings and the whole complex was subject to a significant restorative intervention. The Imperial Palace is designed as a multifunctional complex, separate from the city, equipped with all the necessary facilities to the Imperial Court, such as spas, places of worship, military, administrative and residential structures. Therefore, we can speak of a real neighborhood, and the building of via Brisa is just one of many sectors. A thanks to explanatory tables present on site that illustrate clearly that "little" that our eyes are now able to see. Well worth a visit.
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