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the city centre of Milan: Piazza Duomo, that is also the geographical centre of the city and his heart from more than 2700 years.


Parco Nord Milano, one of the biggest city park of Italy - i think the second one after the Parco di Monza that is located just 4 kms north.


MILANO 2 - The Newcity built by Berlusconi in the 70's, view of the central-west part


Partial view of the Scalo Farini the 2th biggest railway station of Milan for commerce.


The Stazione Centrale, the main city railway station and the second biggest of Italy, with 120 Millions of passenger per year


View of the Sports Discrit, with the San Siro stadium, the Hippodrome of Trotter and the Hippodrome of Galoppo


The Darsena Artificial Lake. for more than 500 years it was the harbour of Milan and one of the busiest of the whole Italy! the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese run in and from the Darsena.


the Porta Garibaldi Station with the 2 skyscrapers.


The old Fair district. it will be demolished from the end of 2006 and re-built with 3 new skyscrapers (Liebeskink-Isozaki and Hadid) and parks.


The northern pat of the Sempione Park with the Arch of Napoleone, called Arco della Pace.


partial view of the suburban Commerce Railway Station of Segrate, the Italian biggest with more than 120 railways.


the lower part of Parco Sempione with the Castello Sforzesco, the main castle and one of the well preserved of the world. today is a museum.


The Linate Airport, with the closest Idroscalo , an artificial lake built in the 20's (3.5 km x 0.6)


the Mercati Generali; its are the Italian bigget mark for vegetables, meat, fish and flowers.
 
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