The Palace of Milan, just beside the Cathedral of Milan, has now been transformed into a museum. It looks across the square from the promenade of Emanuele II. Museum is mainly a variety of ancient exquisite figures and Cathedral models, as well as window paintings.
Milan Ledger ~Cathedral Square St. Bernardino Church (legendary human skeleton church but dare not take too positive photos) Milan Palace queue too many people did not go in, only took a Tamil University weather too hot to insist on walking to the main entrance of Emanuele II arcade Scara Square in the middle of the Italian Gallery is the statue of Leonardo Da Vinci.
In the Palace of Milan, I saw the exhibition of Ukiyo Painting and learned the process of making Ukiyo Painting incidentally. It's a wonderful fate. Or that sentence, there is no harm without comparison. It seems that half of them are the museums of the Cathedral of Milan, and the other half is another museum on display.