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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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  • Through an elevator, in 20 seconds, you reach the 39th floor of the skyscraper where you can see an incredible panorama of Milan (especially at sunset). Admission Sunday is free!
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  • The Belvedere on the 39th floor is really awesome! Free admission, short tail to see around Milan
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  • Among all the skyscrapers lately grown to Milan maybe Lombardy building is one of the most "boring". Will that must accommodate offices of regional authorities, will that was strongly backed by a President of the same and not just with a big artistic culture but just maybe with a big ego, fact is that the skyscraper (the tallest of Milan or not I haven't figured it out, various antennas aside) is flat, boring and with a central square that day but even more so at night it's ugly and scary : it seems almost the courtyard for half an hour in jail. Well maybe even on this we would have to say that given the recent developments have been far-sighted and regional political cases involved in scandals.
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  • 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!
  • 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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  • Un bel grattacielo, niente di speciale.
  • Very cute place. If you are passing there to see it. Beautiful architecture
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