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Palazzo Mezzanotte

38 Reviews
Historical ArchitecturePalace
Closed Open on Mon-Sat,8:00am-8:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: Piazza Affari 6, Milan, Italy
Phone: +39 02 8845 0000

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Pass through the north gate of Emmanuel II's promenade and you will arrive at La Scala square. The building on the side of the promenade with Italian flags is the Palazzo Marino. A representative building of Baroque style built in the 16th century, it has been the seat of Milan City Hall since September 19, 1861. It was originally built by Tommaso Marino, a merchant and banker from Genoa. After the Second World War, some of the original plaster and frescoes were severely damaged by bombing. The famous artist at that time restored it, still retaining the original shape of the building, rebuilt the courtyard and restored the murals on the wall and the surrounding La Scala square. The appearance is very magnificent. In addition to the office space of the city hall, some art exhibitions are held from time to time. Of course, you can't find it, and you may not be able to enter immediately because you need to make an appointment. One day, I happened to pass by here and saw mass demonstrations. Fortunately, it was a peaceful expression of appeal.

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