Paths in Milan

Route 2 - Mailand et Giuseppe Verdi

Giuseppe Verdi and the Scala Theatre are the combination that made Milan world capital of of the liric opera. Recent reviews suggest the hypothesis that Verdi had hidden a Masonic message in the notes of "Falstaff"

  • The Scala Theatre
  • The Scala Museum
  • Palace Marino
  • Durin Street (Durini Building and home of Arturo Toscanini)
  • Ca 'Granda
  • Università

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Route 6 - Milan Ambrosiana

Milan comes from an ancient Roman civitas, as amended in the early Christian period and the Middle Ages. Sant 'Ambrogio is a key point in the history of Milan and his Christian organization. The tour is completed by a visit to the museum of science and technology

  • Sant’Ambrogio
  • Museo della scienza e della tecnica
  • San Satiro e Santa Maria in San satiro
  • Museo Archeologico

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Route 5 – Milano Liberty

From the second half of the nineteenth century, Milan assumed more and more the role of industrial national leadership of the whole country; at this time new homes and new neighborhoods have been built, with the new Liberty style (Art Nuveau)- taken as a symbol of modernity and of which Milan is one of Italy's capitals

  • Cimitero Monumentale
  • Rotonda della Besana
  • Piazza 5 giornate
  • Stazione Centrale

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Route 4 - Milan of Napoleonic period

With the arrival of Napoleon in the city, in 1796, Milan is about to become a big capital before the Cisalpine Republic and then the Kingdom of Italy. The city of the old regime is disrupted in the name of the glory of Napoleon and becomes a mirror of the power. The tour is completed by a visit to the esoteric Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

  • Arco della Pace
  • Porta Venezia
  • Santa Maria delle Grazie e Cenacolo di Leonardo
  • Castello Sforzesco

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Route 3 – Milan during the establishment of Italy (Risorgimento)

The establishment of Italy (called "Risorgimento") took place in 1800 and the Freemasons have brought a great personal contribution to it. The proposed route mainly covers the historical landmarks in Milan for the period.

  • Piazza San Babila
  • Palazzo Morando
  • Museo di storia contemporanea
  • Palazzo Borromeo d’Adda
  • Palazzo Belgioioso
  • Casa degli Omenoni
  • Casa di Alessandro Manzoni
  • Museo Poldi Pezzoli
  • Monte di Pietà
  • Via Brera e Museo del Risorgimento

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Route 1 - Milan between the Cross and the Crown

An itinerary including the symbolism present in Milan: the oldest symbols (pre-Roman), passing through the Cathars to go as far as modernity.

  • The Cathedral: Gothic style typical of Milan and the concentrate of sacred geometry; the museum
  • Ragione Palace and Mercanti square, not to forget the symbolism of the Celtics and persecution of the Cathars.
  • The Royal Palace
  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
  • Beccaria Palace

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