Piazza Del Duomo

Photo: Nico Trinkhaus – Piazza del Duomo | Milan, Italy

Public squares play an important role in the history of many European nations, including Italy. In Milan, there are a couple of squares in strategic places built to deliver beauty to the community as well as offer a place for social gathering, entertainment, and fun. Here are the 10 most beautiful squares in Milan. Built in the 14th century, the Piazza Del Duomo has passed through several stages of development ever since. It is the main plaza in Milan, Italy and offers a sight of beauty and elegance. It contains important monuments including the Milan Cathedral. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza Mercanti

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Construction of this piazza was completed in 1233 after which it served as a “broletto” – a place where people gathered to discuss issues about politics and government. Around this piazza are top quality restaurants and hotels where tourists can lodge and have a good time. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza Della Scala

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This pedestrian central square is a beauty to behold. Every day, locals and tourists are attracted to come here, especially since it’s connected to Piazza Del Duomo. There are lots of benches to have a seat, and you can visit the opera house with a magnificent Leonardo monument. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza Cesare Beccaria

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An important landmark where people come to learn about the history and culture of the people of Milan. More interesting is that fact that the monuments have recently gotten renovations to make them look more appealing for you. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Filippo Meda Square

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Not too big but it’s sure beautiful. This square located at a very strategic place is Milan is a hidden gem for anyone who knows about it. When you visit Filippo Meda Square, make sure you come along with a camera to take cool pictures. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Fontana di Piazza San Babila

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Elegant Oak Square located at the end of Corso shopping street. There are beautiful fountains everywhere and other cool stuff you will get to discover. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza Degli Affari

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What makes Piazza Degli Affari truly unique is the location Palazzo dellaBorsa. The entirety of this area represents the finance and money center of the people of Milan. There are also giant statues and sculptures that make the place even more appealing. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza Del Liberty

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Piazza Del Liberty is one of the interesting places for many tourists to explore in the city of Milan. It has beautiful and amazing buildings, especially the new Apple Store where you can go for some device shopping. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazzale Cadorna

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This is one of the major traffic junctions in the city. Piazzale Cadorna has a beautiful architecture with a very appealing ambiance for locals and visitors. Everywhere are intricately designed sculptures that create interests and drive more tourists to come and experience what the city of Milan has to offer. You’ll also find major railway and bus stations around the square from where you can travel to different parts of the city. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Piazza San Fedele

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Sited in front of the San Fedele church, Piazza San Fedele was built in the 16th century and consecrated 200 years later. In the center of the piazza is the statue of Italian poet and novelist, Alessandro Manzoni.