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Serbelloni Palace, Milan

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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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  • Beautiful building with a sober façade, the halls are also often used for different events, very nice spiral staircase and luxury and glitz everywhere inside.
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  • I visited this Palace several years ago on the occasion of cultural initiatives and have in memory the splendour of the Interior. Now I watch only from the outside but preserves and flaunts its impressiveness and elegance. Should be made accessible on multiple occasions, too bad!
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  • It is without a doubt among the buildings that best characterize Corso Venezia, which gives depth and luster, as well as a significant contribution to history. It would be a mistake simply to admire the beautiful façade, in which stands out the impressive loggia with ionic columns. On the other hand carved wooden gate, the vaults of the vestibule, the ornaments and the porticoed courtyard are reasons more than enough to arouse curiosity. It should be noted that the seventeenth-century front on Via San Damiano is currently not visible because it covered for restoration.
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  • Old building with a huge courtyard that often use for events such as parades
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  • Historical building of Milan but for private use.
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  • It's pure art ... history ... facino ... elegance
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  • Beautiful setting for events and exhibitions
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  • Site of great artistic interest!
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