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Towers of Milan
In the webcam there is a trio of famous skyscraper towers in Milan from famous architects: Generali Tower (191 m) by Zaha Hadid, Allianz Tower (209 m) by Arata Isozaki and PwC Tower (175 m), designed by Daniel Libeskind.
The last tower of all three in the online camera was the PwC Tower skyscraper, slightly tilted towards its “brothers”. Informally, it is called so: Curvo – curved.
The geometry of the PwC Tower in live camera is the most complex of the three CityLife towers online, both during the design phase and construction. Each floor is shifted from the reinforced concrete core, the center of gravity is shifted.
The skyscraper PwC Tower in the web camera is crowned with a “crown” – a 40-meter structure similar to the domes of the Italian Renaissance. The “crown dome” is made of 600 tons of steel and glass. It houses the building maintenance, air conditioning and rainwater recycling systems.
The 26,000 m2 glass façade of the PwC Tower reflects the clouds, the sky and Milan, where the live broadcast is coming from.
It was the last of the created skyscrapers – from Daniel Libeskind, that completed the formation of the image of the modern CityLife district of Milan.
Milan, where the live camera is located, is the capital of Lombardy, the economic and most populous center of Italy. The city is very attractive for tourists seeking not only bustling nightlife of Milan, but also to visit historical sites and attractions. For example, the Gothic Duomo Cathedral (Duomo di Milano), the oldest shopping mall Gallery of Victor Emmanuel II (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II), the medieval castle of Sforza (Castello di Sforzesco), the picturesque Sempione park (Parco Sempione) and, of course, to contemplate the fresco of the Last Supper of the great Leonardo.
In addition, Milan, where the online stream comes from, is boldly called the gastronomic center of Italian cuisine.
When traveling in Milan we recommend:
- Admire the Duomo during the day, and then at night, when the night illumination turns on.
- Climb to the Duomo observation deck or the Branca Tower in Sempione Park, which is over 100 meters high.
- See the creation of The Last Supper.
- Admire the paintings of Caravaggio, Raphael and Titian in the Ambrosian Pinacoteca.
- Visit the opera at La Scala.
- Buy yourself any little thing as a souvenir (a leather purse is also suitable).
- Look at any exhibition in the city.
- Drink a cup of hot chocolate to the sound of rain.
Milan in the webcam is characterized by a humid subtropical climate with continental elements, typical of the interior plains of northern Italy. Summers are hot and humid, winters are cold and quite humid. The average temperature in January varies from -3 to +4 C, in July in the city about +19 – 30 C. Weather forecast in Milan for 7 days is available on our website online.
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