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Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore, Milan

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The pretty and historic Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore is the largest Catholic university in the world. Wander the park-like grounds of cloisters and green space, once the home of a monastic community. Several works of art line the halls of the buildings, though permission to enter as a non-student may be required. Do as the students do, and browse the campus bookstore, relax on the manicured lawns, or sit at the student cafe, in an environment that seems far from the bustle of the city. Make Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore a centerpiece of your Milan vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Milan vacation generator.
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  • The University is located in a space in an archaeological area quite rich. Admission is generally reserved for students, faculty, staff and external users registered users but if you ignore it and revenue with a bit of cheek you can see the two cloisters the main courtyard, the chapel. The Aula Magna tends to be when it is open for public events is reserved for graduations and logged events. Either way is a historical architectural body. Read apart from the characteristics, history and then try talking it is worth.
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  • The cloisters by Bramante characterize the finest University in Milan. One breathes culture, a sparkling youth in a place bonhomie
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  • Not as impressive as the State's cousin, has missed glimpses ... not to mention the surroundings. Teaching excellence combined with an approach to important values
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