Porta Romana is a former city gate of Milan, Italy. In its present form, the gate dates back to the 16th century Spanish walls of Milan; its origins, anyway, can be traced further back to the Roman walls of the city, which had a corresponding "Roman Gate" roughly in the same area.The name "Porta Romana" is used both to refer to the gate proper and to the surrounding district, part of the Zone 4 administrative division of Milan, located south-east of the city centre.The gateHistoryThe Roman walls of Milan already had a gate facing in the same direction as Porta Romana; yet it was located much closer to the city centre, in a place that corresponds to what is now Piazza Missori. In the Middle Ages (12th century) the walls were enlarged, and the gate was moved outwards in the direction of modern Corso di Porta Venezia. In the 16th century, a third system of walls was built under the Spanish rule, and the gate was moved further away from the centre to its current location. The construction of the gate was completed by 1596, on the occasion of Queen Margaret of Spain visiting Milan. For two centuries, Porta Romana was the most sumptuous gate of Milan.Location and structurePorta Romana is located at the centre of a city square called Piazza Medaglie d'Oro, about 2 km south-east of the city centre. It is placed at the conjunction of several major streets, namely Corso Lodi (to the south east), Viale Montenero (to the north east), and Corso di Porta Romana (leading north west, towards the Duomo).
Missori is a station of Milan Metro, belonging to Line 3. The station was opened in 1990, with the opening of the line, being part of the original trunk Porta Romana (Milan Metro) - Centrale (Milan Metro).The station is located in Piazza Giuseppe Missori, in the central area near to the Velasca Tower, at the end of Via Giuseppe Mazzini, which by the Duomo leads to the south. Along with the station Crocetta (Milan Metro), it is used to go to the University of Milan.Like its nearest stations, it is underground on two overlapped rods.ServicesThe station has: Accessibility for physically disabled passengers Lift Escalator
Milan Cathedral is the cathedral church of Milan, Italy. Dedicated to St Mary of the Nativity (Santa Maria Nascente), it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, currently Cardinal Angelo Scola. The Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete. It is the largest church in Italy (the larger St. Peter's Basilica is in the State of Vatican City) and the fifth largest in the world.HistorySt Thecla'sMilan's layout, with streets either radiating from the Duomo or circling it, reveals that the Duomo occupies what was the most central site in Roman Mediolanum, that of the public basilica facing the forum. The first cathedral, the "new basilica" (basilica nova) dedicated to St Thecla, was completed by 355. It seems to share, on a slightly smaller scale, the plan of the contemporaneous church recently rediscovered beneath Tower Hill in London. An adjoining basilica was erected in 836. The old octagonal baptistery, the Battistero Paleocristiano, dates to 335 and still can be visited under the Milan Cathedral. When a fire damaged the cathedral and basilica in 1075, they were rebuilt as the Duomo.
Santeria Social Club è un progetto di recupero e riqualificazione di un immobile pubblico, di circa mille metri quadrati. Santeria, dopo l’esperienza di via Paladini 8, iniziata nel 2011, ha trasformato quello che per anni è stato un concessionario di automobili in grande centro culturale per la città.
76settantasei è l'anno di nascita di Gabriele e Lorenzo i due soci fondatori che tutti i giorni girano la Lombardia rappresentando svariati marchi della moda e del design. Entrambi hanno decennale esperienza nel campo delle vendite come agenti e come retailer. 76settantasei è un'agenzia di rappresentanza giovane e dinamica con un grande know how alle spalle e un brillante futuro davanti.
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