Duomo di Milano

The Duomo of Milan is the most important work of Gothic architecture in Italy. White marble building majestic extends over a length of more than 157 m. With its five arms is overwhelming in size. The light passes through the beautiful stained glass Windows and illuminates the Interior. The Milan Cathedral was begun in the year 1386 and experimented with several architects. Hotel front view, initiated by year 1567, It was built in the classical style-Baroque. In the year 1805 were concluded the works of facade, While continued the creations of small and very small towers throughout the twentieth century. For the long period of construction, various styles influenced the aesthetics of the work.