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Palazzo Mellerio, Milan

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The Palazzo Mellerio is a late-baroque-style palace located on Corso di Porta Romana #13 in Milan, region of Lombardy, Italy.
Refurbishment of the buildings at the site into a single palace was commissioned in 1750 by Giovanni Battista Mellori, with designs by Simone Cantoni. The elevated lateral wings with some atlantes at the corner cornices of the wings add some dynamism to the facade. The interior of the piano nobile was decorated with stucco and chiaroscuro frescoes. The central entrance portico has a balcony that rests on doric columns; the balcony has a protruding canopy with corinthian columns. The innter courtyard has paired columns. A distinct Palazzo Mellerio in the town of Domodossola was commissioned in 1816 by Count Giacomo Mellerio from Giovanni Luca Cavazzo for use as a school.
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  • Palace of 1750 in neoclassical baroque style with enormous Torre Velasca above it, very nice the lowered central part with a terrace and statues overlooking the Skycraper.  more »
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