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Palazzo Cusani

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Address: Via Brera, 13, Milan, Italy
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The palace is composed of three high floors with three wonderful porticos. The lower floor is separated from the two higher floors and a very beautiful balcony. The house was built in the 17th century and rebuilt in the 20th century. It is now in the defense of Italy Owned by the Ministry, although it is not open to the public, it can be visited during regular events

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  • differentname
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    Woodbridge, Connecticut
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    Known for ornate windows and balconies and the Cusani brothers rivalry....

    1500’s building rebuilt 1719 with this late Baroque façade. In the 19 Century, this was the seat of Ministry of War. You would not think that, but you have no way of knowing....

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  • PrestonGuild
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    Palazzo Cusani

    This Milanese Baroque building was constructed in the 17th century for Cardinal Cusani. This palace has been subsequently modified and is now a mixture of different architectural styles. There i...

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  • alessandrofL127YD
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    Sumptuous and rare example of Milanese baroque

    The Cusani family, manors first and then marquises of Chignolo Po in Pavese, they bought the land from the church of Sant’Eusebio, now disappeared, to build this beautiful building with an imposing f...

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  • a1eksandar
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    Beautiful

    Stunning palace, quite near the famous Pinacoteca di Brera. Beautiful exterior and very interesting symbols. On you way when going to see Pinacoteca coming from Duomo, so do not miss it.

    Reviewed on /Date(1510183351000+0800)/
  • yegorb306
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    Cusani Palace

    A house of Cusani family was built in XVII century. Later it was restored several times. You can look at it while walking on Brera street from Pinacoteca towards Duomo square.

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