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PALAZZO MARINO

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Palazzo Marino is Milan’s city hall since 1861. The project for the building was created by architect Galeazzo Alessi from Perugia  in 1558. The name of the building is due to Tommaso Marino, a rich Genoan merchant who became wealthy in Milan and wished to make it his private home.  The construction was interrupted in 1570 when Alessi left,  it was then completed at the end of the 19th century by architect Luca Beltrami

 


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Milan’s Roman Theater

    

Milan’s Roman Theater, built during the reign of Emperor Augustus (31 B.C-14 A.D), stood in the heart of the imperial city. According to historical documentation it remained in use until the 4th century A.D., serving, in the centuries that followed, as the fulcrum of public life in Milan.

Today, the remains of the Roman Theater are housed in Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce of Milan-Monza-Brianza-Lodi  at Palazzo Turati (entrance from Via San Vittore al Teatro 14) and can be visited on Tuesday and Thursday from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Free admission (booking required)

For more info or reservation:

teatroromano@mi.camcom.it

 02 8515 4593-4378

 

FREE ENGLISH GUIDED TOUR for Milan-Id Card holders

The November tours are fully booked, new dates for the December and January tours will be coming soon