The Piazza in 2007
The square during the Christmas holidays (2008)
One of the porticoes in the square
The courtyard of the Royal Palace of Milan
The monument to King Victor Emmanuel II flocked by pigeons.
The Palazzo Carminati and the square
The Monument to King Victor Emmanuel II and the Palazzo Carminati behind it.
Coordinates: 45°27′51.23″N 9°11′24.33″E / 45.4642306°N 9.1900917°E / 45.4642306; 9.1900917
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