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Centro Guide Turistiche Milano

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Gates and Historical Walls

Gates and Historical Walls Foto Wikicommons (Giovanni Dall'Orto)

Milan, circled by two concentric rings roads, once marked by city walls

in the Middles Ages and the Renaissance, still preserves numerous city gates from the Medieval, Renaissance and Neoclassic eras that, until the nineteenth century when a systematic demolition of the walls began, allowed access to and exit from the city. With Expo, the city added a new “access” or “gate” with a decidedly eccentric design…  

- Porta Nuova (Piazza Cavour) (foto)

- Porta Nuova (Piazza Principessa Cotilde) (foto)

- Porta Ticinese (Piazza XXIV Maggio) (foto)

- Porta Ticinese (S. Lorenzo alle Colonne) (foto)

- Pusterla di S. Ambrogio (foto)

- Porta Romana (foto)

- Arco del Sempione, o Arco della Pace (foto)

- Porta Venezia (Caselli Daziari) (foto)

- Porta Garibaldi (foto)

- Expo Gate (foto)

- Bastioni di Porta Venezia 

- Bastioni di Porta Romana (foto)

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