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The Palazzo delle Scuole Palatine (Palace of the Palatine School) is a historic building of Milan, Italy, located in Piazza Mercanti, the former city centre in the Middle Ages. It served as the seat of the most prestigious higher school of medieval Milan. Many notable Milanese scholars of different ages studied or taught in these schools; Augustine of Hippo and Cesare Beccaria, among others, served as teachers in the Palatine. The current building dates back to 1644, when it replaced an older one, which had the same function and was destroyed by a fire.
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The square is small and you pass throgh it very quick. I spent a little over 5 min.
Suggestive and interesting place, close to Duomo, Scala and Marino Palace
Nice place tasty Italian food
It's always a good place to chill and find some nice spot to chat with friends buried in wonderful historical buildings
The heart of medieval and communal milano
Great for shoppers and fashion addicts
this place is nice but nothing special for the moment. the city is doing some work there. Thus, you can see too much
I loved this place, the variety of Piazza and tastes were incredible!
Very very beautiful!!! 😁 😁
Currently under construction so impossible to try the whispering pillars...the mcdonalds kills the atmosphere a little as well
Milan Church at Piazza dei Mercantile. The 25 euro ticket is worth the cost.
Beautiful architecture, lovely tiny and narrow streets
Simple place, but there is a very nice souvenir store and a poke restaurant
Great plaza. full of people, stores, restaurants and of course the cathedral church.
Nothing special. Medium quality