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Sempione Park

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Sempione Park

The Sempione Park is a huge green space located next to the Sforzesco Castle. The park, built between 1890 and 1893, was designed in the style of English gardens.

It is a park of more than 47 hectares where you can find, in addition to large grassy areas full of trees and vegetation, a nice artificial lake that works as a home for some ducks.
Buildings of the park

In addition to hundreds of species of animals and vegetables, in the park are some interesting buildings:

  • The Triennale: The Triennial Foundation promotes the development of avant-garde Italian art and architecture.
  • Acquario Civico: Built for the National Exhibition of 1906, the aquarium has 36 tanks in which you can find more than 100 different species.
  • Arena Civica: Opened in 1806 with the presence of Napoleon, the Arena Civica is an impressive amphitheater where athletics events and some concerts are held today.
  • Arco della Pace: Although it began to be built in 1807 to commemorate Napoleon's victories, construction was interrupted and resumed in 1826 to celebrate the peace of 1815.

The Sempione Park is a very pleasant green corner that both tourists and locals use to take a break and rest during the hottest days. The only disadvantage is that the trees only give shade to the landscaped areas, so that most of the roads are exposed to the sun.

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