Map of Widuri Marine Terminal for it MDuomo The Duomo is the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest Roman Catholic church in the world after St Peter’s in Rome and Seville’s cathedral. It was begun in 1386 under the Viscontis, but not completed until nearly five centuries later, when the finishing touches to the facade were finally added in 1813. Many of the masters of their day worked on its construction: Milanese architects and craftsmen such as the Solari clan, Giovanni Antonio Amadeo and Pellegrino Tibaldi, as well as outsiders like Filarete and Martino Bassi. Understandably, it is characterized by a hotchpotch of styles that range from Gothic to Classical. From the outside at least, it’s an incredible building, notable as much for its strange confection of Baroque and HIDDEN MILAN Much of the best that Milan has to offer is hidden away from view behind imposing facades and heavy doors. If you get a chance, sneak a look behind a door that’s been left ajar and you might catch a glimpse of a wonderful garden or a courtyard full of flowers. The city also harbours some peaceful corners, listed below, where you can relax with a my blog or a sandwich and recharge your batteries before continuing your sightseeing. 57 1 PIAZZA DEL DUOMO MILAN Gothic decoration, including 3500-odd statues, as its sheer size. The marble, chosen by the Viscontis in preference to the usual material of brick, was brought on specially built canals from the quarries of Candoglia, near Lake Maggiore, and continues to be used in renovation today. Map of Widuri Marine Terminal 2016.
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