The Basilica of San Gaudenzio is a church in Novara, Piedmont, northern Italy. It is the highest point in the city.
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Via Dante is an important and elegant pedestrian street in central Milan, Italy, connecting Piazzale Cordusio (Cordusio (Milan Metro)) and Largo Cairoli (Cairoli (Milan Metro)). It is very near to the city's Castello Sforzesco and is named after the…
Sant'Alessandro in Zebedia is a church in Milan, Italy.
San Paolo Converso is a former church in Milan, northern Italy.
Porta Genova is a neighborhood ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, located within the Zone 6 administrative division. The name "Porta Genova" means "Genoa gate"; the district is named after a city gate of the old Spanish Walls of Milan, namely that leadi…
Palatrussardi was an indoor arena located in Milan, Italy. The seating capacity was for 8,479 people and it hosted concerts and indoor sporting events.
Garegnano Charterhouse, also known as Milan Charterhouse (Italian: Certosa di Garegnano or Certosa di Milano) is a former Carthusian monastery, or charterhouse, located on the outskirts of Milan, Italy, in the Garegnano district.
The Teatro Regio Ducal (Italian, "Royal Ducal Theatre") was the opera house in Milan from 26 December 1717 until 25 February 1776, when it was burned down following a carnival gala. Many famous composers and their operas are associated with it, incl…
Taliedo is a peripheral district ("quartiere") of the city Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 4 administrative division, located south-east of the city centre.
Stadio Brianteo is a multi-purpose stadium in Monza, Italy.
Santa Maria Annunciata in Chiesa Rossa is a church in Milan, via Neera 24.
Sant'Angelo (officially Santa Maria degli Angeli) is a church in Milan, Lombardy, northern Italy, belonging to the Franciscan Order.
San Barnaba is a church in Milan, Italy.
Quarto Oggiaro (Quart Ogiee in Milanese dialect) is a district of Milan in the north-west of the city, part of zone 8.
QT8 is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 8 administrative division of the city.
Porta Vittoria (formerly Porta Tosa) was a city gate in the Spanish walls of Milan, Italy. While the walls and the gate have been demolished, the name "Porta Vittoria" has remained to refer to the district ("quartiere") where the gate used to be.
Lampugnano is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 8 administrative division of the city. Until 1841, it was an autonomous comune. A prominent structure of Lampugnano is PalaSharp, which used to be one of Milan's major indoor a…
Isola is a district (quartier) of Milan, Italy.