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Duomo Cathedral Square

Iconic Italian plaza featuring a massive Gothic church, renowned for its architectural splendor and cultural significance in the heart of Milan.

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Dodge the fashionistas and risotto touts to get to the Piazza del Duomo. It’s the heart of Milan, gilded with a great – the fifth largest in the world, in fact – cathedral that dates all the way back to 1386! Don’t worry, there’s no droning on about the haunting effigies of Saint Bartholomew Flayed and Pellegrino Pellegrini’s altar works here. Move through that on the double to hit the piece de resistance: the roof terrace. Yep, you can walk between the flying buttresses atop the Duomo for views right across the fashion capital!

jrfrancis 3 years ago

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