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Da Vinci's Last Supper (Il Cenacolo)
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芸術とファッションの街ミラノ。ショッピングや美術館巡りも欠かせませんが、ダン・ブラウンの小説「ダビンチ・コード」でも一躍有名になった世界で最も有名な芸術品の一つ、レオナルド・ダビンチの最後の晩餐を見ずしてミラノを後には出来ません。 ミラノ西部にあるサンタマリアデッレグラツィエ教会(Santa Maria delle Grazie)の食堂の壁画として描かれたレオナルド・ダビンチの傑作「最後の晩餐」は、キリストが自分の弟子の中の一人が自分を裏切ると予言した瞬間が描かれています。この有名なフレスコ画は食堂の湿気や戦争、粗悪な修復により激しく損傷していましたが、1999年に終了した大規模な修復作業でオリジナルの微妙なパステル調の色彩が蘇りました。
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Milan Duomo
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ミラノの大聖堂ドゥオーモは、愛された街のシンボルで、イタリア北部ゴシック建築の中で最も華麗な建物です。大聖堂の有名な尖塔は、ミラノの中心である大聖堂広場からそそり立っています。

ドゥオーモの外装は、空に届くようなたくさんの尖塔、細長い像や控え窓が有名です。一番高い位置にMadonninaと呼ばれる金のマリア像が輝いています。

世界最大級の大聖堂の中に入るとキャンドルで照らされた堂内の美しさに目を奪われるでしょう。堂内には美しい身廊、聖壇、廊下、ステンドグラスがあります。

聖堂の屋上へ上がると、絶景が広がり、お天気の良い日はイタリアアルプスが見えます。元気があれば階段で(もしなければエレベーターで)、上に上がると、彫刻や尖塔に囲まれた美しいミラノの街が見渡せます。

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
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Grab your shopping bag to go browsing in the world’s most elegant covered arcade, the glass-domed Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Many shopping arcades have tried to copy the Galleria’s scale, grandeur and glorious decor, but few have matched it. Completed in 1877, the cross-shaped shopping mall is bright and airy, thanks to its iron and glass curved roof, and the floor is patterned in marble mosaic tiles. Shops with awnings and large plate-glass windows line the ground floor, including luxury Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton boutiques. You’ll also find some of Milan’s most lauded and historic cafes, including Biffi and Zucca’s Bar.
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Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco)
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The Castello Sforzesco (or Sforza Castle) is a huge, classically crenellated pile of red-brick masonry on the western edge of central Milan. The castle was built by the earlier Visconti dynasty, but became home to the ruling Sforza family in 1450. Stark and domineering, the castle is propped up with massive round battlements, and a stepped tower overlooks the central courtyard and gardens. Leonardo da Vinci helped design the defensive walls. Today the castle houses a handful of excellent museums and galleries. See sculptures by Michelangelo in the Museum of Ancient Art off the courtyard, and a rich collection of paintings by the likes of Titian and Bellini in the Pinacoteca ("art gallery") on the 1st floor. Wooden sculptures and furnishings fill the Museum of Applied Arts, again on the 1st floor, next door to the Museum of Musical Instruments. You’ll also find Egyptian and prehistoric collections in this huge castle complex.
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Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore (Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore)
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There are many important churches in Milan besides its famous Duomo, including the Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, also known as Chiesa di Milano. As the name suggests, it was once associated with a major convent, but that building is now used as Milan's archaeological museum. The church is still used as a house of worship, as well as a venue for concerts.

The church of Saint Maurice al Monastero Maggiore (in English) was built in the early 1500s, and it contains what is believed to be the oldest pipe organ in Milan. The organ was built in 1554 and has been unused for many years, so a new effort is underway to restore the organ to working order. There are also frescoes on the walls that date back to the 16th century, including a series that covers the life of the saint for whom the church is named – San Maurizio.

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Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera)
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Step inside Pinacoteca di Brera, a historic 17th century palace, to see one of Italy’s most impressive collections of medieval and Renaissance artworks.

The Pinacoteca di Brera's star is The Dead Christ by Andrea Mantegna, a Renaissance/Mannerist excursion into weird perspective. You’ll also see works by Raphael, Rembrandt, Caravaggio and Van Dyke. The baroque Palazzo di Brera has a lovely neoclassical cloister lined with arches, and a suitably grand interior.

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Milan Monumental Cemetery (Cimitero Monumentale di Milano)
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Some cemeteries are like small cities, such as the Monumental Cemetery in Milan. It's the second-largest cemetery in Milan, and its paths are adorned with a fantastic array of sculptural tombs. Milan's Monumental Cemetery (Cimitero Monumentale in Italian) was opened in 1866, originally built to consolidate the large number of smaller cemeteries around the city. Two new and very large cemeteries were created: one for the wealthy (Cimitero Monumentale) and one for everyone else (Cimitero Maggiore). Because it has been the final resting place for so many wealthy and famous people over the years, the tombs and mausoleums are often works of art.

Argentina's Eva Peron was secretly buried in this Milan cemetery until 1971 because of anti-Peron sentiments in her home country, and Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi was buried here for about a month before his body was moved. Today, the main draw for non-Italian visitors is the way the cemetery resembles an outdoor sculpture garden.

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Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa (Santuario di San Bernardino alle Ossa)
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This peculiar Milan church has a fascinating history, beginning with the fact that it is decorated by 3,000 skulls, tibias, femurs, and other human bones. The bones are arranged in organized designs and are integrated in all the chapel walls and doors. The name of the church itself “alle Ossa” translates to “with bones,” which were supposedly imported from various cemeteries.

The church’s origins date back to the 12th century when a hospital and cemetery were built in front of its basilica. Though there was once a separate room built to house bones, the bones began to become part of the church itself. Though it looks ordinary from the exterior, it is one of the most unique chapels in the world. There are also beautiful 16th-century paintings, including the ceiling fresco Triumph of Souls and Flying Angels, and Baroque-style decorations lining the eerie walls.

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Casa Milan
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Opening its doors in 2014, the striking Casa Milan is the brand-new headquarters of Milan’s leading football team, A.C. Milan, located just 10 minutes from the famous San Siro Stadium. Housed in a futuristic glass-fronted façade, embossed with the team’s red and black logo, the Casa Milan is the ultimate destination for AC Milan fans, home to a museum, a well-stocked souvenir shop and the Cucino Milanello restaurant.

The highlight for football enthusiasts is the Mondo Milan Museum, where interactive exhibitions and multi-media presentations take visitors on a journey through the triumphs and trials of the popular football club. The huge collection of memorabilia on display includes some rare and much-coveted items, and there’s also a Hall of Fame, Trophies Room and Ballon d'Or Winners Room to marvel over.

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Piazza Fontana
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Just a short walk from the landmark Duomo Cathedral, Piazza Fontana is one of central Milan’s prettiest piazzas, and a tranquil alternative to the bustling squares of nearby Piazza della Scala and Piazza del Duomo. Tree-lined gardens and shaded benches line the plaza, but the dramatic centerpiece is its namesake fountain - a Neoclassical design by Giuseppe Piermarini, sculpted out of pink granite and inaugurated in 1782.

Despite its peaceful surroundings, the piazza hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons back in 1969, as the location for the notorious bombing of the National Agrarian Bank, a terrorist attack that saw 17 people killed, and a plaque has been erected in their honor.

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