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Monumental Cemetery

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Teresa
Teresa
November 10, 2019
Più che un cimitero, è un vero museo enorme a cielo aperto. Un posto particolare da non perdere! Chiuso i lunedì, l'ingresso è libero. The enormous Monumental Cementary of Milan is more than just a cemetary, it is a real museum and houses some of the most impressive tombs in the city. Do not miss…
Bea
Bea
November 07, 2019
If you are looking for a place to relax, be inspired and find your inner peace you have to go here. This is the most ancient cementary of Milan and a work of art! World-famous writer Alessandro Manzoni is buried there, as well as the inventor of Campari and world reknowned artists and theatre actors
Eriu & Sidney
Eriu & Sidney
September 25, 2019
It is called the open air museum of Milan. Don’t miss Camparis tomb (Last drink!)
Joy
Joy
July 31, 2019
An unusual and beautiful place to visit if you like sculptures.
Raffaele
Raffaele
June 20, 2019
'Cimitero Monumentale'; One of the most beautiful and quiet places in the city. Monumental Cemetery hosts the graves of many people who made the city of Milan great. Milanese people love to walk around this place admiring the art or visiting the graves of famous people. You will see so many…

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Localização
Milano, Lombardia 20154
Sarpi, Milano, Lombardia
Telefone+39 02 8844 1274
Status dos horários de funcionamentoAberto · Fecha às 6:00 PM
Cartões de crédito
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Wi-Fi
Free
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