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Discover 12 places to see in Monza

Admire the most beautiful places of Monza and add them to your basket. YAMGU will create your trip considering distances, opening hours and weather.


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Arengario

The Arengario is located in the historical district, in piazza Roma, from where depart the main streets of the pedestrian area. Is the old town hall, built in the 13th century. Initially was devoid of the tower and "Talk", the balcony overlooked the leaders to talk to the people.


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Expiatory Chapel

The Expiatory Chapel is a memorial to Monza, wanted by Vittorio Emanuele III to commemorate the assassination of his father, Umberto I. The King, shortly after his father's death (on July 29, 1900), gave the project to the architect Giuseppe Sacconi, already author of the Victorian project of Rome. The work was completed in 1910, so that it is ready to mark the 10th anniversary of the attack. The monument, built on the exact spot of the attack, is surrounded by a leafy garden, enclosed by a wrought iron railing. The Interior of the temple, circular, is covered with mosaics of Byzantine inspira


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Church of San Maurizio

The Church of St. Maurice, at the Church of Santa Margherita is a religious building of Monza.

The present building stands on the site of the former monastery of Santa Margherita, founded by Humiliated in the 13th century and occupied by the nuns of the order. In 1469 a new church dedicated to the Holy Margaret and Catherine comes to occupy the place of the medieval oratory. The monastery is famous for the story of Marianna de Leyva (1575-1650), Gertrude, the nun of Monza of the betrothed.


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Church of Santa Maria al Carrobiolo

The term "Carrobìolo" comes from small carrobbio, i.e. small square for parking of wagons at the ancient city gates.
Was built between 1232 and 1259 on a former pagan cemetery, near the convent of the humiliati. The Romanesque Bell Tower, dates back to 1339.


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Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie

The Church and the adjoining convent were built between 1463 and 1467 year in which settled the Friars Minor. The complex is located on the left bank of the river Lambro.
Often identified with the convent of the Capuchins to the novel I promessi sposi, where Renzo and Lucia were sent by father Christopher when he had to flee from Lecco.


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Church of Santa Maria in Strada

The Church of Santa Maria in strada is located in the historical centre of Monza, via Italy. Is located in an ancient convent of the Franciscan friars called "penance". The façade, in brickwork, has plenty of elements and geometric decorations. Is composed of horizontal bands separated by cornices. The portal consists of a brick arch from shoulders and marble architrave of nineteenth century origin.


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Duomo

The Monza cathedral, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, was built between the 14th and 17th century and is located in the homonymous square.
The duomo is the famous Iron Crown which, according to tradition, contains one of the nails used in the crucifixion of Christ. The Church recognizes the relic character to the Crown, and is preserved in the Church (and not in the Museum).
The Bell Tower, with its height of 79 meters, stands in the sky and is a significant landmark in the landscape of Brianza.
The design of the tower was carried out by architect Ercole Turati. The Turati inserted in the four


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