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Milan, Italy
  Milan, a city of Lombardy, Italy and the capital of the province of Milano, stands on the little Olona river near the middle of the Lombard plain. It is the seat of an archbishop, a chief financial center and one the wealthiest manufacturing and commercial towns in Italy. It is the leading Italian town in the textile industry, printing and publishing, metallurgy and the manufacture of chemicals. Milan has the biggest European market for silk and and it produces machinery for textile, printing, mining, hydroelectric and other works, instruments, airplanes, automobiles, locomotives, paper, glass, furniture, food products and many other types of goods.
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About Milan Italy

 By: Josie Cory, Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine

Milan, a city of Lombardy, Italy and the capital of the province of Milano, stands on the little Olona river near the middle of the Lombard plain. It is the seat of an archbishop, a chief financial center and one the wealthiest manufacturing and commercial towns in Italy. It is the leading Italian town in the textile industry, printing and publishing, metallurgy and the manufacture of chemicals. Milan has the biggest European market for silk and and it produces machinery for textile, printing, mining, hydroelectric and other works, instruments, airplanes, automobiles, locomotives, paper, glass, furniture, food products and many other types of goods.

Seen from its cathedral roof, it presents the appearance of a vast garden divided into square plots by rows of mulberry and poplar trees. To the east, the plain stretches in an unbroken level, as far as the eye can follow it, toward Venice and the Adriatic; on the southern side the line of the Apennines from Bologna to Genoa closes the view; to the west rise the Maritime alps, with Monte Viso as their central point.

The summer is intensely hot and the winter quite cold. Snow is often seen then, and the temperature frequently falls below freezing.

Milan is a fairly regular polygon within which the still smaller rectangular nucleus of the Roman city may be recognized. From Piazza del Duomo, the center of Milan, a number of streets radiate in all directions; they are connected by an inner system of streets, constructed just outside the canal which marks the site of the town moat. The arches of Porta Nuova are almost the last trace of this inner circuit, constructed after the destruction of the city by Frederick Barbarossa. The radial streets are connected again by an outer circle of boulevards, just beyond the outer walls of the city, erected by the Spaniards in the 16th century.

The city is rich in works of art and houses the celebrated Teatro La Scala, built in 1778. Its splendid Gothic cathedral built of brick cased in marble was erected in 1386, though work was continued through several centuries, after many designs by many masters. It was the largest church in existence and now ranks as the third largest church in Europe, after St. Peter's at Rome and the cathedral of Seville.

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