Milan followed by Palermo and Turin is considered the Italian capital of Liberty. Between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century Milan gains prestigious residences in the style that was becoming established in Europe and in Italy is called Liberty. We will go through the streets near Corso Venezia, in the so-called Quadrilateral of Silence, where hidden in the center of Milan will discover some real architectural gems, of which we know the history and curiosities. Meeting place: at entrance of Palazzo Castiglioni in Corso Venezia 47 (near the exit of Palestro stop the red MM1) Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes costs € 10,00 per person accompanied children from 0 to 14 years free of charge For reservations contact Paola Raverdino-Mobile 347-1502956 e-mail: email@example.com Reservations required, limited seating and exhaustion. All shifts will take place on foot. The tour is led by tour guide with qualifying license issued by the Province of Milan.