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Discovering the Navigli District
"It dates back to the second half of the twelfth century the creation of the first canal!So the fifty kilometres of the first channel (Ticinello) were inaugurated in 1179 kicking off the construction of the waterway large. Great engineers put on the project. It was 1482 when Leonardo da Vinci had just arrived in Milan and was commissioned by Ludovico il Moro to study a system to enable navigation from Lake Como to Milan. this is just the water neither clear nor sweet
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Navigli District Photo Tour in Milan
"We will walk through the Colonne di San Lorenzo pay a visit to the splendid San Lorenzo Maggiore Church which is about a thousand years old and then head to see the Darsena the ancient port of Milan newly renovated after years of struggling. After a brief stop at a local food market and a glimpse of the design district we will proceed to the very heart of the Navigli neighborhood where street photographers will be d shooting old transport canals that survived to the paving and gritty alleys and courtyards where plenty of picturesque perspectives and unique pubs await us. We will then walk through Vicolo dei Lavandai the alley where women washed clothes until the 50s. Nowadays the area is clustered with painters studios and lovely cafes.Book this tour for any Saturday or the last Sunday of the month and we’ll bring you to the best flea markets in town! then you’ll be free to experience the true Milanese happy hour ritual and spend an exciting night making new friends and capturing the mood of the neighborhood."""
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Milan City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Step aboard the Milan city hop-on hop-off bus tour at any of the stops along the three available bus routes. With more than 30 stops to choose from you can easily find a stop that’s convenient for you.Find a seat on the open-air double decker bus and look out at the sights of Milan. Stay on Line A (red line) for its total 90-minute route and pass by the 14th-century Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Ca the world-renowned La Scala opera house and Piazza Duomo the square where Milan Cathedral (Duomo) stands.Line B (blue line) boasts highlights including the historic Porta Venezia city gate Il Cenacolo Vinciano and Palazzo Lombardia home to Milan’s modern skyscrapers. Jump aboard line C (green line) to see the Monumental Cemetery or San Siro football stadium. Then disembark at San Babila to browse the luxury stores on Milan’s fashionable Via Montenapoleone.Pick out the places that you want to see most and create your own perfect sightseeing experience. Want a closer look at one of Milan’s landmarks? Go ahead a
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Jogging in the Vernavola park

The favorite place for joggers is the Vernavola park in the zone of Citta Giardino. Not only for running, biking, horse riding (yes!), but also for wild birds watching, for visiting the children...
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via Vallone, 18, Pavia, 27100, Italy
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Viale Vittorio Emanuele 25, Pavia, 27100, Italy
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Via delle Terme 62, Salice Terme, Pavia, 27056, Italy
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Viale Vittorio Emanuele II, 41, Pavia, 27100, Italy
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Piazzale Stazione, 25, Pavia, 27100, Italy
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University of Pavia

The University of Pavia was founded in 1361 and consists of nine faculties. In 1858, the University was the scene of violent student protests against Austrian rule in northern Italy. Following these...
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Castello Visconteo

Castle Visconteo was built by Galeazzo II Visconti in 1360, soon after he captured the city. The castle was designed by architect Bartolino da Novara. Visconteo Castle was once the main residence of...
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Certosa di Pavia

The Certosa di Pavia is a monastery 8 km north of Pavia. It was built between 1396 and 1495. At one time it was located on the border of a large hunting park belonging to the Visconti family who...
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Towers -Tower Houses - Torre

When we exited the back of the university onto Piazza Da Vinci, we were confronted by several tall towers. Pavia was once known as the city of one hundred towers. The first towers to be built were...
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Historical Centre

Pavia retains far more of its Medieval buildings and street layout than I had expected to find. As you wander and explore keep your eyes open not only for the 'stumps' of the many tower houses which...
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San Michele Maggiore

San Michele is a very ancient church indeed. It is first mentioned in 682 (the existing building is not that old, of course) and, later, the kings of Northern Italy were crowned there. The western...
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"Pavia: a small town with many surprises"
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"'City of a hundred towers'..."
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"Pavia - my home for 2005"
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"Day Trip to Pavia."
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"An ancient city"
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