This neoclassical palace was built for the nobleman Gabrio Cerberoni in the 1770s. In 1796, Napoleon and Josephine lived in the palace for three months. During the war the palace was blown up, and a large library of books was also destroyed. Then the palace was restored, but some rooms retained their original luxury.
Milan is an important transportation point in the south of Europe. It has a long history and is famous for its architecture, fashion, art, painting, opera, football, and tourism. Milan Fashion Week, one of the four famous international fashion weeks, has always been regarded as the "barometer" of world fashion design and consumption.
The palace is private and you cannot enter unless you are invited.
Many people in European-style buildings are the ceiling domes. The murals here are relatively simple, the influence of the four-cornered goddess matches most of the simple lines, plus the exaggerated chandelier that is not gold, everything is simple but makes people look very comfortable