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Hi, I’m Celia, founder and editor of MilanoStyle.com. While I have my morning coffee, I scour selected news sites, rss feeds and social media for newsworthy info and stories about Italy, travel in Italy and made in Italy. This is a great resource for bloggers, travel agents and inspiration for travelers. Follow us on social media for updates:

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4 hours ago
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Best Parks & Gardens in Milan Italy #Milanostyle
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Parco Segantini is a stunning, residential green space near the Navigli where the Sunday antiques market takes place. With its 115,600 square meters of land and cool open spaces to relax in, Parco Segantini is a pleasant place to get away from the crowds. The Segantini park, once housed the Milanese serotherapy institute, founded in 1896 by Prof. Belfanti but was closed in 1993. The west and north sides of the Park are delimited by small canals, the Roggia Boniforti, and surrounded by dense, wild vegetation. It also has Milan’s only Bamboo forest! Residents living near the park have created a neighborhood vegetable farm and can use it for gatherings and picnics.

Adjacent to Parco Segantini is Parco Baden-Powell, named after the famous British soldier who founded scouting 100 years ago.

#milan #milano #italy #urbanlife #travel #italytravelmore

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Best Parks & Gardens in Milan Italy #Milanostyle
photo @CeliaAbernethy
Parco Segantini is a stunning, residential green space near the Navigli where the Sunday antiques market takes place. With its 115,600 square meters of land and cool open spaces to relax in, Parco Segantini is a pleasant place to get away from the crowds. The Segantini park, once housed the Milanese serotherapy institute, founded in 1896 by Prof. Belfanti but was closed in 1993. The west and north sides of the Park are delimited by small canals, the Roggia Boniforti, and surrounded by dense, wild vegetation. It also has Milan’s only Bamboo forest! Residents living near the park have created a neighborhood vegetable farm and can use it for gatherings and picnics.

Adjacent to Parco Segantini is Parco Baden-Powell, named after the famous British soldier who founded scouting 100 years ago.

#milan #milano #italy #urbanlife #travel #italytravelmore 

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5 hours ago
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We never get tired of the view! #BoscoVerticale #Milan #Italy
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