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Museo Martinitt e Stelline, Milan
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  • The interactive tale society and history of Milan from a special point of view, with the experience of the protagonists: a city that knew how to change over time, becoming more welcoming, through the exhibits of different ages but, above all, the words of those who as a child and as a child was housed in these facilities for orphans. To remember, to reflect and to think about the future.
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  • Palazzo delle Stelline, located in Milan's Corso Magenta, a few steps from the Church Santa Maria Alle Grazie. A former monastery, sisters, of Santa Maria Della Stella. Reception venue of orphans in Milan, today the Palace inside, held conferences and exhibitions, its garden, narrow and long, located over the great Cloister glazed, decorated with works of contemporary art. Well worth the visit.
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  • I'd been a couple of years ago and now that all the multimedia work is truly beautiful! Remember that the Museum is completely free. You can virtually visit the orphanage, attend a lecture sitting in school, browse logs the orphaned children who have passed through here or read some personal file was interesting. Walk into this unhurried Museum, explore everything there is to see and hear the history of the Institute. Just devoting time, one can understand how much effort was necessary for its operation and how many benefactors made this possible until it closed in the years ' 70. Some of the orphans who have passed through here have since had a chance to be somebody (Angelo Rizzoli for example or Leonardo Del Vecchio) also received teachings. If someone needs to track down the personal file of a relative who was admitted to the orphanage must apply to voice mail stating your personal little orphan paying two euros for registration. You will receive then afterwards the official response.
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