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Remember that Milan’s canals were first built in the 12th century to connect the growing city to the Po River for easy access to food and goods from the countryside. When Leonardo Da Vinci came to the city to work on The Last Supper, he also played a hand in helping to dream up a series of dams to…
Bars, restaurants on the Navigli Canals. Don't miss the Antiquees Street Market on Ripa di Porta Ticinese, on the last Sunday of every month.
The oldest channel in Europe (built in the XII century) is 48 kilometers long. It connects Milan with the town of Tornavento. It is not only an incredibly beautiful place for walks (especially in the evening), but also the center of the night life of the city
You'll actually be in one of the most fascinating areas in Milan, especially after it has been restored. Lot of restaurants, a couple of art museums and is also Milan design area.
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