If you are around, it is worth a visit. I like to come here in the evening, when the stock exchange (hosted in the building) closes and the offices around are empty. There's an unnatural calm, considering that it's 3 minutes from Piazza Duomo and the crowded areas of Milan.
But the real "diamond" is the sculpture "L.O.V.E." from Cattelan in the middle of the square. L.O.V.E. is the acronym of Freedom, Hate, Revenge, Eternity (in Italian) and the hand without its finger (except the medium one) represents the fascist salutation. To be considered that Palazzo Mezzanotte is an example of fascist architecture...
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