Today, the Museum of Ancient Art houses various art collections exhibited in departments such as the Museum of Musical Instruments and the Picture Gallery. Michelangelo’s last unfinished work, “The Pietà of Rondanini”, is also here. Andrea Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, Fra Filippo Lippi, Correggio and Pontormo as well as the Renaissance and 17th century. In the Picture Gallery, which contains works of Italian masters of the century, there is also a beautiful collection of French and Dutch works.
In 1890, architect Emilio Alemagna turned the area behind Castello Sforzesco into this wonderful park. There are works of Statues in memory of celebrities in it, such as Napoleon III. Statue. There is a fountain named after Giorgio De Chirico called “Bagni Misteriosi”, as well as a small pond with playgrounds and relaxation areas.
Arco della Pace
that is, the Arc of Liberty is in Piazza Sempione. This monument, which was started to be built in 1807 in the classical style, was completed in 1838. It was built in memory of Napoleon and later to remind them of the European peace of 1815.
Planned by Luigi Cagnola and measuring 25 m high, this structure was completed by Luigi Cagnola, Francesco Londonio and Francesco Peverelli after his death in 1838. Kaiser Ferdinand I. was also present at the opening.