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Nice example of architecture of ancient Milan! Very close to the centre of Milan and you can go by walk. Just go to appreciate the architectural work of this ancient hospital milanese. Take snapshot of the wide internal court and breath the ancient times.
Once one of the oldest hospitals in Europe and now the University of Milan. It's an impressive old building that was heavily destroyed during the WWII, but has since then been fully restored to it's former glory. The piazza in front is bustling of people,...More
This is an interesting building and it has been rebuilt after being bombed in the Second World War
We were there during Design Week and the courtyard had many in treating and unusual visual attracttions
The university of Milan may not be on your places to travel but if you can fit it on your list of travels. You will not be disappointed both as an architectural building and as a landmark site it is considered one of the main...More
The former Ospedale Maggiore, now the University of Milan, is comprised of multiple courtyards, surrounded by stately buildings. We enjoyed a stroll through beautiful and largely empty courtyards (students were on vacation).
The building was one of the first hospitals in the world, and its made by 9 courtyards (8 small on the sides, one big central). The post war reconstruction was very conservative, and it is a marvel in itself. Currently, the building hosts the central...More
We were recently shown round part of the university on a very wet day by a friend of ours who is a student there. The Ospedale Maggiore seems to form the bulk of the 'old' part of the university, which was only founded in the...More