Published On: Wed, May 14th, 2014

Hidden Milan by Marina Spironetti

Milan resident shares her Secret Milan addresses in Italia! issue 115, accompanied by these stunning photographs of her home city

 

The top floor of Milan's Museo del Novecento, from where you have a wonderful view over the cathdral square. The museum houses Italian art of the 20th century, including works by De Chirico, Manzoni, Carrà and many others.

The top floor of Milan’s Museo del Novecento, from where you have a wonderful view over the cathedral square. The museum houses Italian art of the 20th century, including works by De Chirico, Manzoni, Carrà and many others.

 

A bartender prepares a cocktail at Fonderie Milanesi, in Milan.

A bartender prepares a cocktail at Fonderie Milanesi, in Milan.

 

 

The Naviglio della Martesana, the least-known of the canals of Milan. It starts nearby the Stazione Centrale and flows through some lovely little towns, all the way to the Adda river.

The Naviglio della Martesana, the least-known of the canals of Milan. It starts nearby the Stazione Centrale and flows through some lovely little towns, all the way to the Adda river.

 

View from the 108-meter high Torre Branca. In the foreground, the Arco della Pace (Arch of Peace), which marks the beginning of Corso Sempione, the first stretch of the Napoleonic highway to France

View from the 108-meter high Torre Branca. In the foreground, the Arco della Pace (Arch of Peace), which marks the beginning of Corso Sempione, the first stretch of the Napoleonic highway to France

 

For more information on issue 115 of Italia magaine, click here or see more from Marina at www.marinaspironetti.com

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