Skywatch from Milan’s Rooftop

One of the most memorable things I did while in Milan is spend an hour on the rooftop of Milan Duomo. Surrounded by angels, 3200 in all, the immediate effect it had on me was ‘silencing’. Luckily the weather was good, and I took photographs to my heart’s content. Then I spent some time just sitting there, simply gazing at the angels. Seeing the spires and statues up close was amazing.



Eight Euros per person if you take the lift to the roof top, for children below ten it is free. There are two levels on the roof top. It was rewarding taking the walk through both the levels observing the constructional details and sculpted images.



Below is the shot of the gilded copper statue of Little Madonna, the city’s traditional protector which crowns this Gothic splendor.

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Milan's Duomo

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