Brera district is one of the most popular part of Zona 1 in Milan.
Its name comes from an Italian word for “untamed, wild”, and no other adjective could have suit so perfectly the reality:
Brera is Milan’s headquarter of art, where artists of every style and creativity gravitate around the ancient Brera Academy, Academy of fine arts of Brera.
This is the reason why the district has a so strong and eclectic personality and became so popular today.
The entrance of the stunning Palazzo Brera opens with the famous statue Napoleon Bonaparte, the bronze sculpture created by the genius Italian artist Antonio Canova, mostly known for his incredible talent in handcrafting marbles.
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