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Palazzo Reale, Milan
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The marble-spired Palazzo Reale hosts more than 1,500 artworks each year, including masterpieces by Kandinsky, Warhol, and Monet. As you walk inside, Neoclassical tapestries and caryatids reveal the buildings' history. It has served as a medieval seat of government, 18th-century palace, and a 1920s' cultural center. Now, it features modern and contemporary art, as well as fashion. You can also view artifacts from the palace's past, such as period garments. Before you head to Milan, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Milan itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Milan has to offer, including Palazzo Reale.
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  • I visited this show today and I must say that I liked very much. Audio guide very interesting and never boring though unfortunately is present for a few works. I loved the works of all three artists although particularly struck me those of Hokusai. Visit the exhibition requires at least two hours. I recommend it absolutely.
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  • I was a few days ago to visit this exhibition. Finding myself in Milan for other matters, I did everything I could to carve out time to explore this wonderful show. Going alone I took advantage of the free audio guide (very well done) to fully understand the world of painters of ukiyo-e. Although smaller prints are beautiful and the use of blue is spectacular and it struck me deeply. Absolutely recommended for oriental art lovers and for all those who want to discover this world.
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  • I visited the. misyra Thursday evening. We walked in groups with a guide. I visited several exhibitions here at the Royal Palace and have always been pleased enough of organizing. But this time l. Organization and was disappointing. They let too many people all together. Works by this artist are very small and are to be seen up close for the meticulous details. But it's almost 8mpossibile see them because the amount of people and exaggerated I was also told that during the w and e even worse. I advise you to go to. martina or cmq ask before c is turnout that day. otherwise you won't be able to see, as they deserve, his works which are really amazing.
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  • The building is not so beatutiful but it's venue of a countless number of amazing exhibitions of art
  • Good place for all kind of museum around. Regular new exhibitions available.
  • Basically an empty palace now converted to an exhibition hall. Worth visiting if the exhibition is good.
  • In the city centre and amazing to visit as the cathedral is right there. Close to the shopping central too. Makes for good pictures
  • The cathedral is very very big. You can see a panorama of Milan from its terrace. You can see the original sculptures, glasses, etc in the museum. It is very well preserved. Staffs are helpful, they know the history, they are very helpful.