Villa Necchi Campiglio

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The Case Museo di Milano circuit includes the historic home Villa Necchi Campiglio. It was constructed between 1932 and 1935 as a standalone single-family home via Mozart 14 and is flanked by a sizable garden with a tennis court and swimming pool. Piero Portaluppi, one of the best Italian architects of the era, was the designer.

How to explore Villa Necchi Campiglio?

  • Visit the Milan Natural History Museum, one of Europe's most significant naturalistic museums, established in 1838. It is also called the Civic Museum of Natural History, Milan. It is a component of the scientific museum pole of the Milan Municipality's museum sector. Five distinct permanent divisions of the museum exist- Mineralogy, Paleontology, Natural History of Man, and Invertebrate Zoology. It's a fascination to view so many different sections in one place.
  • Check out the intriguing Via Monte Napoleone that traces the historic city walls Roman Emperor Maximian constructed. The boulevard was nearly rebuilt in the first part of the 19th century in a neoclassical style, and the palaces of Milan's greatest aristocracy lined its length. The clothes and jewelry stores on Via Monte Napoleone are particularly well-known.
  • Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is worth a visit for its ancient interior. The Montenapoleone neighborhood in the heart of Milan is home to the ancient mansion known as the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum. The Lombardy Region bought 'Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi,' which houses the museum, in 1975. It is one of Europe's most significant and well-preserved museum buildings, which has been a part of the 'Case Museo di Milano' circuit since October 2008.
  • Plan a visit to the church called San Bernardino Alle Ossa In Piazza Santo Stefano in Milan. The church, formerly known as San Bernardino ai Morti, is renowned for its ossuary, whose walls are primarily covered with bones to create actual embellishments. The walls of the ossuary's interior, adorned with human bones and skulls, were thought to be a gloomy yet well-liked location. It resembles the Santa Maria Della Concezione Dei Cappuccini church in Rome greatly.

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Address of Villa Necchi Campiglio

Via Mozart, 14, 20122 Milano MI, Italy

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