Wandering around the cathedral, I came here on foot, because I need to walk through the alleys, so not many people are here. The style of the building is very beautiful, so I was attracted to stop and admire it, but the place is full of urine and smells, which is a great discount for appreciation. The building has a Gothic porch. Above the two-story loggia, is a series of triple mullion windows with built-in statues. The loggia was built by Visconti, the consul of Milan, in 1321. He hoped to build a new building near the Palace of Reason to accommodate judicial and notarization activities in the city. The name comes from the Ossi family, who owned some palaces in this area before the construction of this building. The designer of the loggia is Scoto of San Gimignano. The main street outside is a shopping street where you can buy and buy.
The Loggia Ossi is very close to the Cathedral Square. From the perspective of history and art and architecture, the building is magnificent. The history can be traced back to the 14th century, but it was not restored to its original form until the beginning of the 20th century. In the eighteenth century it was still the center of public power.
The corridors here are very distinctive. The corridors on the first floor are somewhat similar to our arcades, which can shelter from wind and rain. The arched structure on the second floor is covered by glass windows, but some statues can still be seen. The neo-gothic-style buildings are very majestic in the public squares, and they are not obscured by the tall buildings behind.
Generally, you can take a look if you pass by. No need to come alone
The Ossi Loggia is very cultural, historically significant, and gains knowledge
Sure enough, it is different, very flavorful, and very nice loggia