List of Equestrian Statues in Italy - Milan


  • Equestrian monument to Victor Emmanuel II by Ercole Rosa at the Piazza del Duomo, 1896.
  • Equestrian of Giuseppe Garibaldi by Ettore Ximenes at the Piazzale Carioli ("Piazza Castello"), 1895.
  • Equestrian of General General Giuseppe Missori by Riccardo Ripamonti at the Piazza Missori by, 1916.
  • Clay model of the horse for equestrian statue to Francesco I Sforza was completed by Leonardo Da Vinci in Milan 1492; cast as an equine statue and placed in Milan outside the racetrack of Ippodromo del Galoppo in 1992. {See article at }
  • Victor Emmanuel II in Milan

  • Giuseppe Garibaldi in Milan

  • Giuseppe Missori in Milan

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