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Reviewed 1 week ago

A colonnade of 16 beautiful corinthian styled roman columns probably coming from a 2nd century temple. One of the few romeains of the roman imperial city of Mediolanum. On the front is a square which used to be completely full of houses, then demolished in...More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank thomasozbun
Reviewed 27 September 2018

These columns are a spectacular sight and act as a gateway at the front of the church. It's a sight not to be missed however it's difficult to get decent photos without getting the shops or apartments in the shots as they are all in...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank jordanellie41
Reviewed 8 July 2018

This line of 16 marble Corinthian columns, the only remains of Roman Temple or other structure, is one of a few Roman ruins still in situ in Milano. It can be seen in front of the Basilica of St. Lorenzo.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Superkatt
Reviewed 7 July 2018

This is probably the only Roman era monument located within urban Milan; located at the far end of Via Torino, a popular shopping destination, which connects it to the Duomo. There are 16 Corinthian columns in a row, which are all that remains of a...More

Date of experience: May 2018
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Reviewed 18 June 2018

An old set of columns in front of the church with the same name. Difficult to photograph though the church is worth a visit and there's some street art on the wall next to it

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank rebeljenn
Reviewed 15 April 2018

It is a just a walk around space but great historical story. The crowd is young and vivacious, esp during evenings.

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank shipj
Reviewed 14 April 2018

where it remained until 402. So it should be called Imperium Mediolanum, not the Roman, uring that time. The church of San Lorenzo cupola collapsed in the Renaissaince, so it's been rebuilt, maybe twice, but it dtes back to 500 at least.

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

Step in to the past with a visit to these 5th century columns. Worth a visit because of the history. Also near the remnants of the extensive canal system that Milan used to have.

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank Oztotl
Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

It was nice to move around here and take some pictures while walking through downtown Milano. The Colonne are beautiful and quite imposing.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Aschie2013
Reviewed 6 December 2017

very traditional place in the "old" Milano to get an happy hour during end of the week. nice area, always full of young people, however during weekend-night time can be too much crowded and noisy. just keeping it into account, that's it

Date of experience: May 2017
1  Thank ndujatuttalavita
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