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Art Library

Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
(4.3 Ratings)

Art Library is headquartered in Lombardy. The address of the Art Library is Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy.You can be contacted at +39 02 8846 3749 or find more information on their website: http://bibliotecaarte.milanocastello.it/. You can refer to a few comments below before coming to this place. There are 141 related addresses around Art Library already listed on soamaps.com

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Address
Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
Place Types
Ratings
4.3
Phone:
+39 02 8846 3749
Compound Code
F5CJ+38 Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy
Opening hours
Monday: 9:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Tueday: 9:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 9:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 9:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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FAQs

How to contact Art Library ?

- You can contact Art Library by phone: +39 02 8846 3749

Where is Art Library located?

- Art Library is located at Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy

How is Art Library rated?

- Art Library has 4.3

What days are Art Library open?

- Art Library is open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Is Art Library open on Sunday?

- Art Library is not open on Sunday

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Reviews

Nasir Masud 03/20/2020
Nice and historical place must visit in Milan. As majority of the people already know how beautiful buildings and churches of Milan has and it's designs are something you can not forget but admire it. Good visit it was.
Shabaaz Mansoori 04/16/2020
The original construction was ordered by local lord Galeazzo II Visconti in 1358–c. 1370;[1] this castle was known as Castello di Porta Giova (or Porta Zubia), from the name of a gate in walls located nearby.[2] His successors Gian Galeazzo, Giovanni Maria and Filippo Maria Visconti enlarged it, until it became a square-plan castle with 200 m-long sides, four towers at the corners and up to 7-metre-thick (23 ft) walls.[2] The castle was the main residence in the city of its Visconti lords, and was destroyed by the short-lived Golden Ambrosian Republic which ousted them in 1447. In 1450, Francesco Sforza, once he shattered the republicans, began reconstruction of the castle to turn it into his princely residence. In 1452 he hired sculptor and architect Filarete to design and decorate the central tower, which is still known as Torre del Filarete. After Francesco's death, the construction was continued by his son Galeazzo Maria, under architect Benedetto Ferrini. The decoration was executed by local painters. In 1476, during the regency of Bona of Savoy, the tower with her name was built.
Dimitrios Dontsios 04/13/2016
One of the best landmarks of Milan
Michele Dalton 02/15/2019
Very charming and engaging place
Javier Pérez Alvarez 01/16/2016
Efficient and very professional staff.

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