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Palazzo Lombardia, Milan

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Palazzo Lombardia is a complex of buildings in Milan, Italy, including a 39-storey, 161.3m tall skyscraper. It is the main seat of the government of Lombardy. It is located in the Centro Direzionale di Milano district, north-west of the city centre.It was first inaugurated on 22 January 2010, and officially completed on 21 March 2010. After its completion, the Regione Lombardia skyscraper was briefly the tallest skyscraper both in Milan and in Italy, being taller than both the Telecom Italia Tower in Naples and the Pirelli Tower in Milan. It lost its supremacy to the Unicredit Tower in 2011.Palazzo Lombardia was designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, the winners of an international design competition in 2004, with Henry N. Cobb as design partner. The building won the 2012 International Architecture Award for the best new global design.
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  • Stunning view of Milan from 39 ^ Lombardy building plan. Every Sunday free tour and reservation (now suspended until September) Sin we cannot go out on the terrace below, although they lack the staff to control! On the ground floor, beautiful columns decorated by emerging artists. Recommended.
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  • On top of the building you can see the whole Milan from a very high, even higher than the Pirellone. It is suitable as well for those who suffer from Vertigo like me, since the Interior of the living room is very large. At the same time there is a practically perfect in point of view 360° to see the whole of Milan and beyond. I visited scenic structures similar outside Italy but this is the best. Whereas it is also free I would say that it is impossible not to go there!
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  • Unfortunately it is little noticed but at the Palace of the Lombardy region the 39th floor is intended for a 360 degree view of facing Milan open free to the public which is accessed via a lift fast in less than 30 seconds door from the ground floor to the roof. There are also indications of the main symbols of the city to help the visitor to recognize the elements that characterize the town. Only downside: it is only open on Sunday
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  • View from the top is great! Free entrace sunday morning!
  • A place from which you can enjoy one of the best views of Milan's skyline! Every Sunday, there is an open entrance to the 39th floor from where you can benefit the magnificent panoramic view of Milan! Don't miss it!
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  • Another amazing skyscrapper, as the ones that are nearby. On Sundays afternoon the entry is for free and the views of the city from there are memorable.
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