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Serbelloni Palace, Milan

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
The Palazzo Serbelloni is a Neoclassical palace in Milan. The palace at the site was constructed for the aristocrat Gabrio Serbelloni. In the late 18th century, the palace was extensively reconstructed including the façade by Simone Cantoni. The palace was used in 1796 for three months by Napoleon and Josephine. The interiors retain some of the prior splendor, some reconstructed. The first floor has a Neoclassical hall, originally decorated by Giuliano Trabellesi. In 1943, air-raids destroyed extensive sections, including the famous library with its 75,000 books, and the frescoes by Traballesi.
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  • So was the mansion of the aristocratic villa Serbelloni House was built in the 17th century, then every day various meetings took place. Cloister courtyard and surrounding it have depth, currently used in the trade fair venue and classic car gatherings. It was one of the venues during the Milan design week. Fantastic interior decor. Corso / Venza and located in Calle San Damiano cross.
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  • The Palace of the late 18th century is famous for its luxurious interiors, there are various prestigious events. Outwardly the same special impressions are not produced, though considered a shining model of Milanese neoclassical. But I'm not pretty. neoclassicism
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  • Undoubtedly a very suggestive and prestigious location to hold a national seminar devoted to the construction of investment portfolios of a prestigious investment House. a real pleasure to participate and enjoy the beauty!
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  • Very nice facility.
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  • Beautiful vaults.
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  • Focus on glass, we Park job
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