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Monumento a Carlo Cattaneo

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Monumento a Carlo Cattaneo

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Via Santa Margherita, Milan Italy
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CordusioMilan Metro3 min
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Best of Milan Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line to Duomo & ‘Last Supper’
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Best of Milan Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line to Duomo & ‘Last Supper’

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More than 1,000 people visit Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper every day. Not surprisingly, visitors spend a lot of time waiting in for tickets and admission. On this walking tour of Milan, you’ll get skip-the-line admission to see the painting so you’ll have plenty of time to see rest of the city’s sights, including the Duomo and Sforza Castle. A small group means plenty of time for questions.
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Alessandro F wrote a review Mar 2020
Milan, Italy24,180 contributions180,818 helpful votes
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Very nice monument close to Galleria dedicated to Carlo Cattaneo ( 1801-1869 ) a patriot and federalist.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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stinkwink wrote a review Aug 2019
Sydney, Australia7,352 contributions1,599 helpful votes
The name and the statue didn't tell me anything, so I had to do some research. The man who means a lot to an Italian isn't well known for other nationalities. Now I know, that he was a great philosopher, writer, scientist, and leader during the Cinque Giornate of Milan when the Italians rebelled against the Habsburgs. This monument commemorates him who was so dedicated to the federal republic. The memorial is on Via Santa Margherita, surrounded by a flowerbed.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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SoCalOregonian wrote a review Jun 2019
Murrieta, California9,190 contributions1,108 helpful votes
This monument to this learned man sits in an island, surrounded by plants at the junction of two roads. The statue shows him standing with a book in his right hand, with his right foot forward. The statue rests atop a pedestal, which has 2 bronze plaques affixed to it. One is an allegory to Liberty and the other shows him during the peace after the Five days of Milan. It was inaugurated on the 100th anniversary of his death in 1901.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Daniel A wrote a review Aug 2018
Beijing, China33,005 contributions1,417 helpful votes
This monument is better than some of the others I came across while walking around Milan. I will one day research these men and it will be more meaningful because I was actually there. Here Carlo Cattaneo is standing and the statue is imposing. If you are in the area check it out.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Patricia D wrote a review May 2018
Amherst, Massachusetts1,762 contributions229 helpful votes
Important statesman and other great history write ups below, but not really eye catching. If walking by take a look but I wouldn’t seek it out
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Date of experience: May 2018
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