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La ricetta è quella rigorosa del disciplinare della Camera di Commercio di Milano: materie prima selezionate, tempi di lievitazione lentissimi, tanta passione e pazienza. Un insolito punto di vista sul panettone milanese espresso da un panificatore artigianale, che definisce il dolce tipico del Natale come “pane ricco”.
Dietro le quinte della Scala, uno dei teatri d’opera più importanti al mondo, decine di tecnici, maschere e operai sono al lavoro per il cambio scena fra un atto e l’altro. Alla vigilia della tradizionale "Prima" di Sant'Ambrogio, un modo diverso di raccontare (e omaggiare) il teatro attraverso il lavoro di chi non va in scena, ma è altrettanto importante alla riuscita dello spettacolo.
Il re delle strade di Milano corre sui binari. Il suo nome tecnico è serie 1500 ma tutti lo conoscono come “1928”, dall’anno della sua nascita. Dentro l'officina ATM di via Teodosio, ultimo avamposto industriale nella città del terziario, si rimettono a nuovo le vetture dopo anni di servizio, con la stessa tecnologia meccanica degli anni ’20.
In 1535, the last Duke of the Sforza dynasty died and Charles V took possession of the duchy of Milan. The city, now an imperial fief, lived a controversial period balancing between the natural vocation towards industriousness and growth and a tax burden that mortified it.
Leonardo da Vinci arrived in Milan for the first time between the spring and summer of 1482. It was a revolution for the Lombard culture. Shades, light, the gestures of Leonardo’s painting imbued the Milanese artists, the engineering projects conquered Ludovico il Moro and the theatre settings entertains the court. A walk to commemorate the cultural vibrancy of Leonardo’s Milan and the relations maintained by the greatest genius with the court and with the Milanese artists.
Built by Galeazzo II Visconti in 1358-68, the castle underwent incessant transformations and different uses. Rich in history, mysteries, curiosities, it is an important witness of Milan’s urban evolution. Symbol of that special and mysterious vocation towards renewal that makes it one of the most “modern” cities of Italy.
For five centuries in Milan, a historic building rises in front of the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie, and its name maintains the memory of the nobleman, Signor Giacometto di Lucia dell'Atella, to whom the then Duke of Milan, Ludovico il Moro, donated the two original houses nearby in 1490.
After years of neglect and disputes the Darsena, the dock in Milan, today shines, crowded with people and events; but the Darsena is only a small part, the terminal point of an intricate liquid network that surrounds and, secretly, crosses the city. The Navigli, the Canal System, as well as having connected Milan with the surrounding area from a military, commercial, transport and agriculture point of view for centuries, today represents a connection network between people, production firms that cooperate and interact on the same territory in order to realise a shared project.
The barbarians were pressing on the border of the Alps. Milan was no longer safe and it lost the title of capital in 402 AD. This was the end. The rich palaces crumbled down. The city was depopulated. Misery progressed. Milan recovered only in the Eleventh Century, reaching such a state of well-being to induce Bonvesin da la Riva (poet, columnist and gourmet) to describe its wonders in a book entitled De Magnalibus Mediolani.
Cascina Torrette di Trenno is a Seventeenth Century farmhouse immersed in the urban fabric of Milan, a historic building that, in spite of the city growing outside its brick walls, has maintained the original agricultural and rural identity. Today, this old farmhouse is home to a new reality but is still deeply linked to the territory and the shared labour values: the mare (the sea), a place that was not in Milan. Andrea and Paolo, along with Benedetto Sicca, are the founders of Mare Culturale Urbano (Urban Cultural Sea) and both come from the world of theatre.
The association MuBA was founded in Milan in 1995, it is a group of people who have decided to unite in order to create something new, to spread a diverging message in the cultural landscape of Milan of those years: even children need their own space for culture, a customised museum, a place that is not a school or a playground but somewhere where they can learn through experience, exercise their curiosity and develop creative thinking.
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