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30 thoughts on “Milan: The City of Extravagance”

  1. Impressive photos! Actually this is the first time I saw the exterior of Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II, as the previous images I saw were always taken from inside the gallery. For a second I thought it was a Transformer inside the Duomo, until I noticed the man on top of it. I guess he was cleaning the sculptures?

  2. Extravagant is definitely the right word. Did you go onto the roof of the Duomo? It’s so intricate and detailed, and presumably back in the day, not that many people would be going up there! Now of course they have concerts and stuff up there, which I wish I could’ve seen the last time I was in Milan!

    1. Unfortunately not 🙁 It was raining during my visit. The sun only came out at the last minute so I could not make it. I have to redo it! 🙂

  3. Lovely photos, as usual 😉 I hope that you don’t mind if I make you notice this: it’s Vittorio Emanuele (only one L), that was the name of the king 🙂

  4. I wanted to do exactly this when I go… hmm I have been googling Milan and it seems like that’s what everyone does (everyone who only has a limited time to spend there). I love the photos by night…

    1. Thank you, Jolene 🙂 If you have a few more hours to spend, you can check out the opera (just walk through the Galleria and you will find it at the exist) or the Last Supper in a nearby church (forgot the name of it 🙂 )

      1. Um… that’s exactly what I would have done if I had more time. It seems like Milan is pretty predictable 😜

    1. Well, there are Leonardo’s Last Supper in the Santa Maria delle Grazie, the Sforza castle, the Opera house and the vibrant Navigly area 😁

  5. Beautiful and really impressive photos. Europe is filled with beautiful and grand architecture. I have seen few countries in Europe it gets beautiful with every visit.

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