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Milan: Via Mercanti and the Old City Hall (Broletto)

The short Via Mercanti with the attached "Piazza dei Mercanti", Merchants Square, is one of the most important areas in Milan, connecting Piazza del Duomo with Piazza Cordusio. It contains many well preserved monuments of the medieval center of the city. The 360 photo opens to the "Palazzo dei Giureconsulti", Palace of Lawyers, built in 16-17th centuries with a clock tower, today housing offices of the Chamber of Commerce. On the opposite side is the "Palazzo della Ragione, Broletto Nuovo", the medieval Old City Hall, whose construction dates back to 13th century: it is considered the most important civil building of the middle age in Milan. Other antique constructions complete this fascinating area.

Copyright: Pietro Madaschi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10576x5288
Taken: 26/12/2011
Uploaded: 09/02/2012
Atualizado: 26/03/2015


Tags: palazzo; giureconsulti; broletto; city hall; clock tower; milano; milan; lombardia; lombardy; medioevo; middle age; piazza mercanti; via mercanti; camera di commercio; chamber of commerce; italia; italy; mercanti street; merchants street
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