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Palazzo Fidia, Milan
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  • Historical building, in front of Villa Necchi Campiglio, impossible to miss because of its eccentric architecture. Created by Aldo Andreani in 1929, the top nine floors, brick and plaster with intense colors. Follow Windows of all shapes, frames, serrations, arches, niches, balustrades, etc. Very weird but interesting construction. Too bad you can't see the Interior, being a private apartment building.
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  • Palazzo Has another notable dwelling house built in the beginning of 20 century sample. Architect Aldo Andreani probably embodied in architectural design of this home all their dreams-strike Windows of various sizes and shapes. The building itself is triangular. Right next door to the Villa Necchi Campiglio, the famous Museum of the Italian nobility.
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  • Via Luigi Melegari is an interesting House of red brick with unusual designs with Windows of different sizes and shapes. This is the Palazzo Has. The House is relatively new, since it was built in the mid-20th century, but at that time his architectural decision was courageous and unusual.
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