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- The art masterpieces in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana are very well highlighted with spotlights that enhance their beauty, and they are positioned in a building that is an art masterpiece in itself. This is a museum that should not be missed by art lovers.
In addition, at the end of the tour, there is a library room where several pages of the "Atlantic Codex" by Leonardo da Vinci can be seen.
The gallery hosts pictures, sculptures, and other art objects spaning from the 13th century to the 20th. Several artists are represented, such as Tiziano, Giovanni Ambrogio De Predis, Bernardino Luini, Giulio Romano, Raffaello Sanzio, Morazzone, Caravaggio, Jan Brueghel the Elder, Jan Brueghel the Younger, Sandro Botticelli, Cima da Conegliano, Leonardo da Vinci, Bramantino, Salaì, Paolo Veronese, Guido Reni, Giulio Cesare Procaccini, Antonio Canova, Bertel Thorvaldsen, Cornelis van Cleve, Francesco Hayez, Mosè Bianchi, Gaetano Previati, Andrea Appiani, Salvator Rosa, Marco d'Oggiono, and so many more!Written 25 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful little find after hunting around for the entrance. Although it’s not properly open unless for events, you can still see it from the entrance hallway. It’s stunning.Written 22 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Impressive library with thousands of very old leather bound books and beautiful domed and frescoed ceilings. A relaxing place to study or to while away a few hours with a KindleWritten 6 October 2013This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My first comment is that the staff is really very helpful! I cannot find fault with any of them. The library has an INCREDIBLE amount of books and documents available to consult free of charge. However, there are two things that I find really irritating. One is that this library is in Corso Di Porta Vittoria - slap bang in the middle of town, situated in an old building - however, apart from the facade and the internal garden - which is on the main road - as soon as you walk into the library you wonder what happened to the old building, It's all very run down and ugly and sort of thrown together, absolutely not what you would expect from a library in this location. We went in May and although the temperatures were way higher than what you would normally expect for the season, the one place that should have been cool and comfortable (the reading room- where people were genuinely studying) was sweltering! I cannot say if they have air-conditioning or not, but I certainly hope so because in July it would be unbearable. The second thing that bothered me was the fact that there are so many people "scrounging" the free wi-fi! Now, I don't mean to sound horrible, but it is a library after all, yet the amount of people using the space in the seating areas and chairs and tables placed around the rooms, for Facebook/Youtube and other social networks really surprised me. Why do I complain, you may ask yourself? I'm asking myself that same question, but to me it just seemed really wrong to to be there just to take advantage of the free internet service.Written 18 June 2018
- You need a valid student ID card to enter the indoor premises of the library. If not, you can just mingle outside the library. There's a canteen below the library too!Written 3 May 2017
- Steeped in history we loved this place as it also had an exhibition of Leonardo pinnotecca. Beautiful works of art and sculptures.Written 22 September 2015
- Arriving in Milan from the motorways of the lakes and from the highway for Turin on the left you will find this large exhibition and congress center, with a metal drape that wraps its head towards the three towersWritten 25 September 2019
- This is a popular spot with the Milanese crowd and for researchers. The café ordering process was just too long, not enough staff on board, patience and time are a must, even in fast paced Milan.Written 30 January 2018
- Convention centre halls are pretty good but the food provision within the halls themselves are pretty poor. Quite a few stands outside the exhibition but in general not impressed. One thing to note is that it is worth working out which halls you are visiting and working out the nearest car park, as it is a very long walk from one end to the other.Written 22 January 2023
- Seated in Sempione Park, the building was built in the early 1950s. The roof is a continuous concrete slab that rests only on twelve points arranged along the arc of the circle ; and the remaining part of the perimeter , which opens to the park, is free and has a rhythmic repetition of aluminum doors and windows on the facade. This gives the impression that the library is a space open , transparent, with its ability to work for the community and people can find the place whenever needed .Written 23 February 2020
- Tourist info centre, located at the entrance of the Galleria V.E.II.
Usual stuff can be found here, a ok starting point in exploring Milan.Written 10 November 2017
- Wonderful store for stationary, handmade in Italy and at a great price. We shopped for Christmas gifts and hope they will be a great hit back home.Written 25 October 2020
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