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Palazzo Morando

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Palazzo Morando

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gca279 wrote a review Dec 2019
Milan, Italy16 contributions1 helpful vote
Don't know whether the emotions emerging from visiting the exhibition "La Milano degli anni Sessanta" (Milan in the sixties) is the same for everyone or is highly touching for native of this city only. The fact is that visitors are projected in a world that recals people's youth, in another dimension and spirit. Go there and let you be transported in a past innocent dream.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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alessio wrote a review Dec 2018
Milan, Italy148 contributions41 helpful votes
We have been visiting with a guided tour this hidden jewel downtown Milano. In addition to the beautiful architecture and the richness of the rooms of this ‘500 palace, you can discover through the precious paintings the history of Milano and how this city has been changing in the last centuries. I was particularly impressed by the painting on Duomo, the cathedral, and the sequence of the construction.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Kaca Jiwa wrote a review Nov 2018
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Date: 27 March 2018 Staff: Friendly and accommodating Exhibition: Permanent exhibition - Lovely gowns from 1900 with historical background attached to the artefacts. Its a good collection but I wish there are more dresses to see. The paintings from 18th to 19th century are on display with good condition but with very few good lighting. Input: More costumes on display as its advertised for its fashion collection. Great architecture yet space can be utilized more efficiently for the permanent collection.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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szallyann wrote a review Jul 2018
Palo Alto, California13 contributions5 helpful votes
I went to this museum because I wanted to see the fashion exhibit, and while it was a perfectly nice fashion exhibit, it is not as good as the Armani museum or any of several museums in Florence such as the Pitti fashion collection or Roberto Capuchi. However, I'd still recommend a visit; the ground floor is a modern exhibition space and when I went it was dedicated to Milan in the first world war. All in Italian but lots of photos, posters etc so I got the point even though my Italian is not very good. The upper floors are dedicated to the fashion exhibit but also a vast collection of paintings from the risorgimento period, in period furnished rooms, many of them specifically relating to Milan. Almost no one else there which is my favorite kind of museum. Palazzo Morando is in the heart of Milan's ritziest fashion shopping district so if you get tired of walking around watching the beautiful people spending money you can pop in this museum and enjoy the paintings for a while. It was also dirt cheap and while the air conditioning is spotty and there's no cafe, there is a toilet.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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infofer04 wrote a review Apr 2018
Wales, United Kingdom338 contributions31 helpful votes
It’s beautiful courtyard with the arc that make the place as typical Italian home or palazzo, you can see prove that xhibition and also the way that room and deconstruct was at the time. Deserve a visit
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Date of experience: April 2018
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