The entire library has received a lot of books and art, and the entire library is also very popular. There are still many art forms of books. You can also see many books and audiovisual products here, which are also very popular. Oh.
Not far from the Milan Cathedral, the interior is rich, the town hall treasures have three, Titian still life paintings, Da Vinci manuscripts, Athenian School sketches. There are other masters, before the ticket has a door aunt to introduce it is very good. Not too many people, the lighting and admiration environment is very good, can be painted for an hour to view.
Outside a large sign was printed with da Vinci, and there was indeed a da Vinci pavilion, but only one of his own works, the others were copies of masterpieces or works of his principal disciples.
Art conoisseurs knows this is one of the best and most overlooked Art museum in the world, with an impressive collection of Italian Renaissance paintings and a very well furnished library.
Many line up at the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence (including me), yet the same great artists –Caravaggio, Raphael, Leonardo– have works on display at the Ambrosiana and it's largely devoid of museum-goers. This museum needs more love! (Also, you'll be glad for the cool interiors during hot and humid summer months.) The pinacoteca, originally an art academy, is adjacent to a library, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana. Photos aren't allowed in either, but trust me when I say they are beauties.
Small in size but showplace for some gems of Italian art including Leonardo da Vinci's Portrait of a Musician and Caravaggio's Basket of Fruit. The library next to the art gallery also displays Leonardo's Codex, his notebooks.
A small library, but still a lot of people.