Milan's Museum

By Ida Rivera,2014-05-23 03:24
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Milan's Museum

The Last Supper in Santa Maria delle Grazie

    Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper (Cenacolo Vinciano in Italian) is in situ at the Santa Maria delle Grazie refectory here in Milan. As this is one of the most famous paintings in the world, the church now acts as a museum, allowing approximately 20-25 patrons inside at a time to view the fresco. Castello Sforzesco

    Milan is one of the few places in Italy where you can see Michelangelo's art. The artist's Rondanini Pietà is located in the Pinacoteca of the Castello Sforzesco. This massive castle also houses a number of other museums, including a Museum of Ancient Art, a Museum of Musical Instruments, and the Archeological Museum, which has prehistoric and Egyptian sections. Brera Gallery

    The Pinacoteca di Brera, part of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, is Milan's premier picture gallery, boasting paintings by

    Italian (Raphael, Bellini, Bronzino, Mantegna, Tiepolo) and international (Rubens, Braque, Hayez, Van Dyck) artists. Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum

    The Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Technologia Leonardo da Vinci is Italy's largest science and technology museum. In addition to housing the Leonardo Gallery, which contains some of Leonardo da Vinci's original drawings and numerous models of the his scientific innovations, the museum has interactive labs, a submarine exhibit, and a section devoted to science for young


    Palazzo Reale

    Used mostly to host temporary art exhibitions, the Palazzo Reale is also the home of the Civico Museo D'Arte Contemporanea, the Civic Museum of Contemporary Art, also called CIMAC. CIMAC features

    works of the 20th century, including collections of Surrealist and Futurist art.

    Pinacoteca and Biblioteca Ambrosiana

    The oldest museum in Milan houses priceless works by artists like Titian and Caravaggio and also contains the cartoon for the Raphael's The School of Athens, one of the highlights of the Vatican Museums. The adjacent library is most famous for having Leonardo da Vinci's Codice Atlantico, a collection of almost 2,000 drawings and notes from the Renaissance master.

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