Tram on the main street of Milan that we walked down from Centrale Train Station.
More of the same street...full of the most beautiful shops.
This is the Leonardo Da Vinci statue in La Scala Piazza.
This is why we walked for half hour or so in the freezing cold. I had seen a photo of this on the internet before we left and thought if we had time this was a must see. Next time I will research how far away things are. This was worth all the the cold.
This is Duomo di Milano ..... Cathedral of Milan.
Isn't it stunning.
1386 construction was started. Read more here on the amazing history of it's construction. It seems to have been continually worked on over the many years. The last gate was inaugrated 6th January, 1965. This date seems to be the very end date for all the work on the building.
This was a bonus surprise.....so stunning and huge. Right next to the Cathedral is the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II this was built between 1865 and 1877. This is filled with shops of high end fashion and yes McDonalds.
Isn't this a great shaped shop... Tiffany's of course.
The side of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Inside the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
195 metres long.
This connects Piazza della Scala and Piazza del Duomo.
Following are more views and angles of these amazing structures.
I love the colour of this photo...almost brings this monument to life.
This a Monument of King Vittorio Emanuele II.
Now that brings us to the end of our photo journey.
Thanks so much for joining us. I have had a wonderful time going through our photos and sharing special sights with you. Just remember I have at least another 900 that you haven't seen. ;-)
Take care and I will now return with some crafting creations.