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Sign along Porta Ticenese Street and canal, Navigli district, Milan. © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Sign along Porta Ticenese Street and canal, Navigli district, Milan. © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Via Satosi, Navigli district leading to Porta Ticenese canal.  © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Via Satosi, Navigli district leading to Porta Ticenese canal. © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Porta Ticenese canal at sunset during opening night of the World Cup, 2014 © Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Porta Ticenese canal at sunset during opening night of the World Cup, 2014 © Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

With a height of 231 meters (758 ft), UniCredit Tower is one of the tallest skyscrapers you can find in Italy. Designed by architect Cesar Pelli in 2011, it is the headquarters of UniCredit Bank and it’s part of the development and requalification of the new business area, known as Porta Nuova district. It boasts a spire reaching towards the sky of about 84 meters with LED lights, which can change color.

With a height of 231 meters (758 ft), UniCredit Tower is one of the tallest skyscrapers you can find in Italy. Designed by architect Cesar Pelli in 2011, it is the headquarters of UniCredit Bank and it’s part of the development and requalification of the new business area, known as Porta Nuova district. It boasts a spire reaching towards the sky of about 84 meters with LED lights, which can change color.

Built in 1956-1958, Pirelli Tower instantaneously became the symbol both of Milan and Italy’s economic and business progress. 127 meters (417 ft) high, and designed in 1950 by architect Gio Ponti helped by Pier Luigi Nervi and Arturo Danusso, it was Alberto Pirelli, president of Pirelli company who ordered the construction  Pirelli Tower was also source of inspiration for the realization of the Pan Am Building (now MetLife Building) in New York and Alpha Tower in Birmingham.

Built in 1956-1958, Pirelli Tower instantaneously became the symbol both of Milan and Italy’s economic and business progress. 127 meters (417 ft) high, and designed in 1950 by architect Gio Ponti helped by Pier Luigi Nervi and Arturo Danusso, it was Alberto Pirelli, president of Pirelli company who ordered the construction Pirelli Tower was also source of inspiration for the realization of the Pan Am Building (now MetLife Building) in New York and Alpha Tower in Birmingham.

Central Galleria Mall, Milan. The central octagonal space is topped with a glass dome. The Milanese Galleria was larger in scale than its predecessors and was an important step in the evolution of the modern glazed and enclosed shopping mall, of which it was the direct progenitor. It has inspired the use of the term galleria for many other shopping arcades and malls. © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Central Galleria Mall, Milan. The central octagonal space is topped with a glass dome. The Milanese Galleria was larger in scale than its predecessors and was an important step in the evolution of the modern glazed and enclosed shopping mall, of which it was the direct progenitor. It has inspired the use of the term galleria for many other shopping arcades and malls. © 2014 Stella Lucente, LLC www.learntravelitalian.com

Isotope Comics in San Francisco, CA

Isotope Comics in San Francisco, CA

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