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The Science and Technology Museum

The science and technology museum in Milan is named after Leonardo da Vinci, the Renaissance genius behind some of the most iconic works of art like the Last Supper and the Mona lisa. History The official opening of the museum took place on the 15th of February 1953 even though…

The La Scala Opera House

The La Scala Opera House History of the theatre The La Scala opera house owns its name to the church of Santa Maria alla Scala which used to stand where the theatre is nowadays. Its origin dates back to 1776 when a group of wealthy Milanese people insistently asked to…

The Sforza Castle

The Sforza Castle with the Duomo Cathedral and the La Scala Opera House is one of the most notable landmark of the city of Milan. A brief history The Sforza Castle is named after the duke of Milan, Francesco Sforza, who ordered its construction on the ruins of a 14th…

Bryan Adams is back in Milan

Bryan Adams is back in Milan Bryan Adams, the Canadian singer and songwriter is back in Milan after more than four years of absence. He is going to take the stage Saturday the 11th of November at the Mediolanum Forum, the main concert arena of Milan. His last performance in…

Ski resorts around Milan

Ski resorts around Milan If you are planning a visit to Milan this winter and you wish to mix it with a week end on the slopes here there is a list of places where to enjoy the powder snow around Milan. 2 hours drive from Milan In a radius…