Scara Square is a square in the centre of Milan, Italy. It connects with the main square and the cathedral square of Milan through the Emanuele II archway. We visited the Cathedral of Milan and crossed Emanuele II corridor to Scara Square. In the middle of the square is a statue of Leonardo Da Vinci. Da Vinci held the book in one hand and raised it slightly in the other. On the stele stood the statues of four of his proud pupils. Scara Square is named after the famous Scara Opera House on its northwest side.
Scara Square is located in the center of Milan. Its name comes from the famous Scara Opera House on the Northwest side. The center of the square is the monument of Da Vinci, carved by the sculptor Peter Mani. (Fig. 2) The southeast side of the square is the facade of the Marino Palace in Milan's City Hall (Fig. 1). On the northeast side is the Italian Commercial Bank Palace, and on the southwest side is the entrance to the Emanuele II archway and the Beltrami Palace. Most of the buildings in the square were built by architect Luca Bertrami.
Originally, the sculpture in the middle of the square is Leonardo Da Vinci. It has been back and forth twice. I don't know it. I just walked by so casually. Ha ha, now I turn over the photos. It's really missed. Unfortunately, the other side of the square should be Leonardo Da Vinci Museum. If you are interested in it, don't leave any regret.
There is a famous Scarla Opera House on the square. Many tourists come to visit it. There is also a statue monument of Leonardo Da Vinci on the square. Walking southwest, you can reach Emanuele II Corridor, where there are many famous international fashion brands.
The square is very small. The main building is this Da Vinci sculpture. It's also very close to the Milan Cathedral. You can see it. Across the corridor to the other side is Scara Square, with statues of Leonardo Da Vinci and his three disciples on it. It's a small square, but when you come here, take a picture with Mr. Da.
The name of Scara Square derives from the famous Scara Opera House on its northwest side. At the center of the square is the monument to Da Vinci, carved by the sculptor Peter Mani. Scara Square is very small, and there is not much to see, but it is very close to the Cathedral Square, so you can visit it by the way.
Scarla Square is not big, but it is famous for its statues of Leonardo Da Vinci and his four apprentices. It is also the end of the famous Emmanuel II arcade. There is a person playing music in this square. It is very good to listen to. It makes this bird-whispering and flower-scented square full of artistic flavor.