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If coming from/going to Malpensa and connecting with the Metro or to/from France, do yourself a favor and use Porta Garibaldi station instead of Centrale, which is over-crowded and filled with scam artists. Not only is Porta Garibaldi free of the vermin, it is less...More
It named after Garibaldi who played a significant role on the third war of independence in Italy. it is a Neoclassic triumphal arch of Corinthian influence, featuring two Doric guard-houses. It was built in friable sandstone, and as a consequence its decorations have decayed over...More
The northern entrance to the city was built between 1826 and 1828 by the architect Giacomo Moraglia. The neoclassical arch was meant to commemorate the visit of Francis I to the city in 1825, but was later named after Garibaldi. This whole district is full...More