Life-DesignFrom the center of Milan, take the bus or subway to Milano Porta Genova, then take about 40 minutes by train, and then walk for ten minutes to reach the Ducal Square of Vigevano... Italian friends say that the Ducal Square is the most beautiful square in Italy, which is 15 The brainchild of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, the whole building was just to create a more impressive entrance to his palace... As one of the most outstanding rulers of the Italian Renaissance, the ancient Teutonic There are also many talents. Ludovico Sforza was the patron of Bramante and Leonardo... Leonardo spent a while in the palace during the design and construction... Ludovico Sforza Zha’s square began in 1492 and was completed in only two years. The homogeneous building surrounded on three sides makes the rectangular square look larger than it actually is, more like a very magnificent entrance passage than an outdoor space...Here is An amazing "treasure house" with private collections of cultural relics, tapestries and various treasures. It is worth seeing. It is not only an excellent view of Renaissance architecture, but also a dream that can be realized by the duke... The president of the Italian Travel Club, Franco Iseppi, perfectly Description: Create a city square for aesthetic and spiritual communication.
#mynovgetaway Vigevano is a town near Milan, in northern Italy. It’s known for the portico-lined Piazza Ducale, dating from 1492. A staircase under the Torre del Bramante tower gives access to the courtyard of Castello Sforzesco. The vast castle houses several museums, including the Leonardiana, with reproductions of works by Leonardo da Vinci. The town's renowned shoemaking history is highlighted at the Museo della Calzatura. The earliest records of Vigevano date from the 10th century AD, when it was a favoured residence of the Lombard king Arduin, for the sake of the good hunting in the vicinity.
Vigevano was a Ghibelline commune, favoring the Emperor and was accordingly besieged and taken by the Milanese in 1201 and again in 1275. In 1328 it finally surrendered to Azzone Visconti, and thereafter shared the political fortunes of Milan. The Church of San Pietro Martire (St Peter Martyr) was built, with the adjacent Dominican convent, by Filippo Maria Visconti in 1445. In the last years of Visconti domination it sustained a siege by Francesco Sforza. Once he was settled in power in Lombardy, Sforza arranged for Vigevano to be set up as the seat of a bishop and provided its revenues.