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Palazzo Marino, Milan

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Government Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Palazzo Marino is a 16th-century palace located in Piazza della Scala, in the centre of Milan, Italy. It has been Milan's city hall since 9 September 1861. It borders on Piazza San Fedele, Piazza della Scala, Via Case Rotte and Via Tommaso Marino.

The palace was built for, and is named after, the Genoan trader and banker Tommaso Marino. It became a property of the State in 1781.
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  • ....And so this is Christmas For weak and for strong For rich and the poor ones The world is so wrong .... John Lennon  more »
  • This is an interesting building in the vicinity of the Duomo with a pretty historical look, however, it is not obvious what is it about, and whether it can be visited or it is a governmental building.  more »
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  • Wonderful palace, home of the city council. One of the 4 best monuments of Milan, if you have the opportunity you must see the interior of the building.
  • Gouvernement office. Opened around Christmas for a traditional art exhibition sponsored by the city of Milan
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