It’s a beautiful place in Milan. It’s still at night when you pass by. The night view is also beautiful, the lights are very beautiful, and the travel here is quite unique. You can see a lot of interesting scenes. You can also see some good things here.
Casa Milano is a museum-like attraction. It belongs to the AC Milan football team. It is a paradise for fans. The exhibits are very rich, but it is a little bit away from the San Siro Stadium.
I accompany my husband on a pilgrimage, and tears are welling in his eyes. In his happiest period in the early 1990s, the highlight of a primary school student every weekend was to stay up late to watch football. It is worthwhile for AC Milan fans to fly over half of the earth for a pilgrimage. There is also a 3d exhibition hall in the museum to sit and watch. Visit the souvenir shop at the exit. But the variety is not as complete as San Siro Stadium.
It is the the office building of football club AC Milan. Besides that it also contains a fan shop, the museum with all the trophies and a kitchen.It is a pretty new building and looks very modern. The museum is called Mondo Milan and it is worth the money and time to visit if you are a fan.
For Milan fans, it’s a must go here, very shocking
La Casa (CASA MILà) was built between 1906 and 1912 and is located in the Eixample extension area, Passeig de Gràcia (Passeig de Gràcia) in Barcelona, Spain. The vault of Casa Mila takes the shape of a parabola or catenary. Casa Mila is the last private residence designed by Gaudí. It covers an area of 1,323 square meters, with 33 balconies, 150 windows and 3 atriums ( 2 large atriums, 1 small patio), 6 floors of residences, 1 top floor (loft), 1 underground parking lot, 3 facades, and 2 front entrances. At that time, it was Pere Milà, who admired Gaudí’s design of Casa Batlló for Mr. Bart, and asked Gaudí to design it in order to marry rich widow Roser Segimon. La Pedrera is the last private residence designed by Gaudí. On the outside, the wavy appearance is the exterior wall made of white stone, the balcony railings made of twisted and looped iron bars and iron plates, and the wide windows can make people use their imagination. The roofs of Mira Apartment are scattered high and low, and the whole building is like a rough sea, which is very dynamic. The roof is made of chimneys and ventilation ducts made of strange objects. The Mira Apartment looks very weird inside and out, and even a little absurd. The Mira Apartment is still considered by many to be the most representative and original building among all modern architectures. It is the world of the 20th century. One of the most important buildings on the site. Nowhere in the building is a right angle, which is also the biggest feature of Gaudí's works, because Gaudí believes: "Straight lines belong to humans, and curves belong to God.". Design features:'The weight of the building itself is completely borne by the pillars, neither the inner walls nor the outer walls bear the weight of the building itself, and the building itself does not have a main wall', so the internal residences can be rebuilt at will. It will not collapse, and wider windows can be designed to ensure the light in each apartment. The top floor is used to adjust the temperature and dry clothes. Following the instructions of the headset guide, walked up the spiral staircase to the balcony, suddenly enlightened, as if to an alien world, there are 30 peculiar chimneys, 2 vents, and 6 stairways. The tower-like stairway has the largest shape and spiral. The water tower is hidden inside the ladder. Those peculiar chimneys are like alien visitors and menacing soldiers in chess. All in all, they are all different and make the photographers crazy. Most people who have visited this building may think that the Casa Mila is magnificent and imposing, and some people think that the wavy exterior wall is too weird. Those who like Gaudi must not miss the Casa Milan.