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This magnificent masterpiece was designed by di Vinci but never completed in his lifetime due to lack of funding so the plans lay undeveloped until relatively recently when it was completed and homed near the San Siro stadium.
When viewed from any angle it is...More
From the moment we arrived and were given our audio
Recording that would guide us through this magnificent home and garden we were mesmerised .
Taking in the artwork , architecture, grandeur and history was for this traveller thrilling and left me lost for words...More
Milan’s Duke Lodovico il Moro ordered the sculpture from Leonardo da Vinci in 1482. It was meant to be the largest statue in the world of this kind, but it was never finished due to the various circumstances. But, Leonardo prepared a lot of details,...More
For starters before you go just be sure you know where this stage is. It's by the newer race track. Because right nearby is the old racetrack and the futbol stadium. I was under the impression that's where this was and walked all around the...More
We expected better management of this land mark to align with the effort made by Leonardo and the people who persisted to support his dream to construct this huge and amazing horse statue.
The place was empty and appeared deserted. It seems there was some...More
This huge, beautifully done "Leonardo" horse was given as a gift to the Italian people from a large group of american donors. There is no charge to view this wonderful bronze which stands just before the entrance to an attractive Milan race track. We were...More
This bronze horse sculpture was created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1482. This happens to be the largest equestrian statue in the world. This piece of art is one of the early work of the Sculptor. The statue stands 24 feet mounted on a Carrara...More
This is worth seeing, however not by the very long tour bus journey on the green line. If you buy a day pass €4.50 each and use the metro it's not even a 10 minute walk to the racecourse. There is nothing else to see...More
This statue is everything travel brochures are saying...and more. Grand, exquisitely executed, beautiful location. Just the walk from the subway to the statue allows for a nice immersion into the area architectural, civic, historic and human character.