This is Europe's most surprising cemetery, a true exhibition of open-skinned sculptures. Built in 1866 a few years after the Italian Unity, it houses, on its 25,000 m ², the tombs sculpted by many families of the Milanese bourgeoisie of various cults. The result is an impressive set of chapels, crypts, statues, works of renowned artists like Giacomo Manzù and Francesco Messina. It is a true open-air museum where every tomb is a monumental little madness; With discretion, we will walk between graves to find here a reproduction on the scale of the Tower of Pisa, here the statue of the Cène de Léonard and others.
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