Quartiere Feltre is a residential district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy. It is located in the Zone 3 administrative division, extending east of the city centre, adjacent to the districts of Lambrate and Cimiano, the Lambro river and the Tangenziale…
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Porta Magenta, formerly known as Porta Vercellina, was one of the city gates of Milan, Italy. The gate was established in the 9th century, with the Roman walls of the city; it was moved with the medieval and Spanish walls, and was finally demolished…
Porta Lodovica was a city gate of the Spanish walls of Milan, Italy, named after Ludovico Sforza. Today, the name refers to the district (quartiere) of Milan where the gate used to be, which is part of the Zone 5 administrative division.
Palasport di San Siro was an indoor arena in Milan, Italy. It was primarily used for basketball and volleyball until the PalaSharp opened in 1985. The arena held 18,000 spectators and opened in 1976. On January 17, 1985, a large snowfall collapsed t…
Ospedale Niguarda Ca' Granda is a public reference Hospital for Milan and for the rest of Italy. Niguarda is a grade 2 Hospital serving a range of population of about 600.000 e 1.200.000 habitants of Milana and its suburbs, and for the complexity an…
Ortica is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, located within the Zone 3 administrative division. The district used to be a frazione of Lambrate when the latter was an autonomous comune; after Lambrate was annexed to Milan, in 1923, Lambrate an…
Niguarda is a district (quartier) of Milan, Italy. It is an area located within Zone 9 of the city.
Gratosoglio (Grattasoeuj in Lombard) is a district ("quartiere") of the city of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 5 administrative division.
Gallarate railway station (Italian: Stazione di Gallarate) serves the city and comune of Gallarate, in the region of Lombardy, northern Italy.
Chiaravalle (Ceravall in Lombard) is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 5 administrative division of the city.
Bruzzano is a district (quartier) of Milan, Italy.
The Brembo (Lombard: Brèmb or Brèmp) is a 74-kilometer (46 mi) Italian river, a left tributary of the Adda, which runs entirely within the Province of Bergamo in the Lombardy Region.
Vigentino is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 5 administrative division, located south of the city centre. Before 1923, Vigentino was an autonomous, rural comune.
Stadio Carlo Speroni is a multi-use stadium in Busto Arsizio, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Pro Patria.
Stadio Breda is a multi-use stadium in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of A.C. Pro Sesto.
The Serio (Lombard: Sère) is an Italian river that flows entirely within Lombardy, crossing the provinces of Bergamo and Cremona.
Segnano is a district (quartier) of Milan, Italy.
Santa Maria della Croce is a Roman Catholic sanctuary and minor basilica in Crema, in the Cremona Province of Lombardy, Italy.