The Cathedral Square is located in the heart of Milan, surrounded by many important buildings, including Milan’s landmark Milan Cathedral. The square gradually developed with the construction of the cathedral and was named after the cathedral. In the middle of the square stands the bronze statue of the horse of the king of Italy, Vittorio Emanuel II. The square is surrounded by a series of important buildings such as the Emmanuel II promenade, the royal palace of the neoclassical style, and the Cathedral Museum, which exudes a rich medieval atmosphere. There are many shopping malls, shopping malls, luxury boutiques and high-end restaurants in the vicinity of the square. It is a well-known leisure shopping area in Milan.