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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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  • If you pass by the duomo is almost a must pass from the Royal Palace, and suggestive place of great beauty where inside there are always interesting exhibitions. recommended.
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  • Very overrated, 100 works including the most mundane, perhaps in the years ' 80 were a different effect, now they know of childish, already seen, in short don't have minimally held the test of time (or maybe they just chose the works go wrong). His work 25 years ago I had a different impression. The 40/50 year olds if they remember and they seem to be admired, the younger kids were laughing in front of penises and the like, but didn't understand what they were seeing. Audio guide absolutely useless, says simply what you can read next to paintings (trivial and unnecessary information). Funeral lighting price (12 euro) exaggerated
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  • However well organised, very insulting that the disabled do not have free admission and pay more of the employees of the city of Milan
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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.