In 1456, Francesco Sforza decided to bring together all the hospitals in Milan in one place. He then built Ca'Savoia or Ospedale Maggiore (from his former name), who will remain a hospital until 1942. At present, it is the seat of the University Trainer and a number of faculties. The building is the work of the architect Filarete, the same building that built the central tower of the Château castle. The right part of the long façade of Ca'Savoia, covered with beautiful terracotta decorations, offers a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles. The interior is characterized by the Cortilone, a large courtyard dominated by a portico surmounted by a magnificent loggia. The part of the 900 th century houses the Quadreria, a rich Art gallery of paintings from the beginning of the th to the th century, representing portraits of benefactors from the former hospital.
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