Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

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Welcome to Italy in Photos and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Milan, a mesmerizing city in in the region of Lombardy: – Milan is a city of contrasts, where history and modernity coexist in harmony. It is the capital of the Lombardy region, the second most populous and the richest in Italy. It is also the leading financial, industrial, and cultural centre of the country, and a global hub for fashion, design, and innovation. It was founded by the Celts in the 6th century BC, and later became part of the Roman Empire. It was the capital of the Western Roman Empire from 286 to 402 AD and witnessed the rise and fall of many dynasties and kingdoms. It was also a centre of art and learning, attracting artists and scholars such as Leonardo da Vinci, who left some of his most famous works in the city, such as The Last Supper and the Codex Atlanticus. Milan is home to one of the largest and most impressive cathedrals in the world, the Duomo di Milano, which took more than 500 years to complete. The cathedral is adorned with more than 3,400 statues, 135 gargoyles, and 700 figures, and has a capacity of 40,000 people. It also boasts the largest stained-glass windows in the world, and a rooftop terrace that offers a panoramic view of the city and the Alps. Milan is also known for its elegant and sophisticated architecture, which reflects its diverse and rich history. You can admire the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical, and Art Nouveau styles in buildings such as the Castello Sforzesco, the Palazzo Reale, the Teatro alla Scala, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The latter is one of the oldest and most beautiful shopping malls in the world, and a symbol of Milan’s status as a fashion capital. Milan is not only a city of beauty, but also of innovation and creativity. It is the birthplace of some of the most renowned Italian brands, such as Armani, Prada, Versace, and Dolce & Gabbana, and hosts the prestigious Milan Fashion Week twice a year. It is also a leader in design, hosting the Milan Design Week, the largest and most influential event of its kind in the world. Moreover, Milan is a hub for science and technology, hosting the largest science museum in Italy, the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, and the largest exhibition centre in Europe, the Fiera Milano. Milan is also a city of culture and entertainment, offering a wide range of attractions and activities for all tastes and ages. You can enjoy the opera, ballet, and classical music at the world-famous La Scala, or the contemporary art and music at the Triennale and the Hangar Bicocca. You can also explore the rich and varied collections of art and history at the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, and the Museo Poldi Pezzoli. If you are looking for some green spaces and relaxation, you can visit the Parco Sempione, the Giardini Pubblici, or the Navigli, the canal system that Leonardo da Vinci helped design. Milan is a city that will surprise and delight you with its charm and vitality. It is a city that combines tradition and innovation, elegance and simplicity, culture and fun. It is a city that will make you fall in love with its beauty and diversity. It is a city that you will never forget.

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Centrale Stazione

Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 – Piazza Luigi di Savoia to Via Daniele Manin
Approximately 1.45 km – 0.90 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Luigi di Savoia – Piazza Duca d’Aosta – Via Vittor Pisani – Piazza della Repubblica – Via Daniele Manin

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Piazza Cavour to Piazza del Duomo
Approximately 1.30 km – 0.81miles

The walk starts in Piazza Cavour – Via Alessandro Manzoni – Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola, Via Alessandro Manzoni – Via Alessandro Manzoni – Piazza della Scala – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Piazza del Duomo

Photo Gallery of  Walk 3 – Piazza del Duomo to Piazza Sempione
Approximately 2.51 km – 1.56 miles

The walk starts in Piazza del Duomo – Piazza dei Mercanti – Piazza Cordusio – Via Dante – Via Rovello – Via Dante – Largo Cairoli – Piazza Castello – Castello Sforzesco – Parco Sempione

Photo Gallery of  Walk 4 – Piazza Luigi di Savoia Tto Giardini Indro Montanelli
Approximately 3.00 km – 1.86 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Luigi di Savoia – Piazza Duca d’Aosta – Via Giovanni Battista Pirelli – Via Melchiorre Gioia – Bastioni di Porta Nuova – Piazzale Principessa Clotilde – Bastioni di Porta Nuova – Viale Monte Santo – Via Galileo Galilei – Viale Monte Santo – Piazza della Repubblica – Giardini Indro Montanelli

Photo Gallery of  Walk 5 – Viale Brianza to Parco Lambro, Via Feltre
Approximately 3.24 km – 2.01 miles

The walk starts in Viale Brianza – Via Giulio e Corrado Venini – Viale Brianza – V.le Monza – Piazzale Loreto – Via Andrea Costa – Via Giovanni Ricordi – Via Andrea Costa – Piazza Francesco Durante – Via Andrea Maria Ampère – Via Casoretto – Via Feltre – Parco Lambro

Photo Gallery of Parco Lambro

Photo Gallery of  Walk 6 – Via Soperga to Parco Trotter, Via Giuseppe Giacosa
Approximately 1.51 km – 0.94 miles

The walk starts in Via Soperga – Giardino degli Artisti, Via Soperga – Via Nino Oxilia – Chiesa Parrocchiale di Santa Maria Beltrade, Via Nino Oxilia – Via Nino Oxilia – Piazza Morbegno – Via Luigi Varanini – V.le Monza – Via Pietro Crespi – Via Giuseppe Giacosa – Parco Trotter, Via Giuseppe Giacosa