Casa Galimberti

Casa Galimberti

The Belle Époque is brought back to life on the façade of this house designed by the architect Giovan Battista Bossi for successful property developers the Galimberti brothers. The building was constructed between 1902 and 1905 on a section of the site previously occupied by the Omnibus e Tramways company (during the 19th century, Piazza Oberdan was the terminus for the carriages that offered public transport to and from Monza). The walls feature a variety of materials and decorations: concrete reliefs with floral and animal motifs, wrought iron balconies and ceramic tiles painted “on glaze” with bucolic scenes and luxuriant foliage.

Via Marcello Malpighi, 3, Milano

    This point of interest is in the following itineraries

  • Amid Art Nouveau and Novecento Masterpieces

    The surroundings of Giardini Montanelli

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    hrs

    2


    km
  • Around Casa Boschi Di Stefano

    Walk the famous Corso Buenos Aires

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    hrs

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    km

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