Milan Cathedral Square, built in 1862, is the place where Milan holds large-scale political, religious and other activities. In the center of the square is a bronze statue of Victoria and Emmanuel II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy. It was carved by El Cole and Rosa in 1896. The yellow building on the east side of the square is a palace of neoclassical architectural style. It was built in 1778 and has now been transformed into a museum and a cathedral in Milan. To the north of the square is Emanuele II Corridor. Compared with the People's Square in Shanghai, the area difference between Milan Cathedral Square and Shanghai Cathedral Square is not very large, but the cultural connotation is not in the same grade.
The Cathedral is the most noticeable building on the square. The Gothic style is full of elegance. Its 63-meter high spire is the most important landmark of Christchurch. Located 36 meters high in the steeple? It has rough stone rose windows and 13 bell towers. You will hear its beautiful voice when you stay here. The observatory, 36 meters high in the steeple, provides the best view for visitors who want to see the city of Christ. In addition, the steeple resembles St. Paul's Church in England. It has 12 bells, which can play different melodies and ring the clock every Sunday morning. Construction of the church building began in 1864 and took 40 years to complete due to financial delays. On February 22, 2011, a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Christchurch, New Zealand's second largest city, at 12:51 noon. The Centennial Cathedral of New Zealand's second largest city ended its centennial journey because of the collapse of the earthquake.
A landmark in downtown Milan. The most famous around the square is, of course, the Milan Cathedral. The Gothic Tallinn is magnificent; the palace on the right side of the square has been opened as a museum; the promenade of Emmanuel II on the left brings together many luxury brands, and the building itself has great attractions; and the bronze sculpture of Emmanuel II in the middle of the square. Pigeons are crowded in the square, crowds are crowded and peaceful.
Finally came to the metropolis of Milan, which women call fashion capital and men call football capital. Yesterday we had the football part. Today we formally started our journey to Milan Plaza. This square can really stay for half a day. Although it's not big, the buildings around it are still very concentrated. Coming here, you can visit most of Milan's itineraries at once. One of the most striking signs of the square is the bronze statue in the center of the square. The tour guide said that the first king of the Kingdom of Italy, Victoria Emmanuel II, was riding bronze statue. At the same time, this square is also a place for large-scale political and religious activities. The yellow building on the right side of the square is a palace of neoclassical architectural style, which has now become an art museum.
The Grand Plaza of Milan was built in 1862 and is the main venue for large-scale political and religious activities in Milan. In the center of the square is a bronze statue of Victoria and Emmanuel II, the first king of the Italian kingdom. It was carved in 1896 by El Cole and Rosa. To the north of the square is Emmanuel II, a famous luxury shopping street. There are many pigeons in the square, so there are vendors selling pigeon food. Plaza and its surroundings are very busy places.
In front of the Cathedral Square, n malicious chats are just like online reminders. Of course, excluding these negative factors, I still like Milan, a city that combines ancient and modern times, and the blue sky, leisurely life, which can be seen in the mirror by hand on the street. The Cathedral Square feeds pigeons.
There are too many tourists and they have a good view. It's not easy to get lost with it as a landmark. Facing the cathedral, the left-handed cross-archway passes through the opera house and the statue of Leonardo Da Vinci. There are too many pigeons in the square, and we are careful to steal.