Palazzo Toscanini

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20 Via Durini Milano Lombardia 20122 IT

This 17th century mansion is the dwelling of the famous orchestra conductor s family. On the outside is a superb wrought iron railing on the central balcony The larghe front door that has a strong and large overhang supports the balcony. The small courtyard within is lovely and quiet.

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