One of the most ancient hospitals in Italy, it was built in the second half of the fifteenth century by Francesco Sforza, duke of Milan, who desired to provide the city with one of the most innovative hospitals, that’s why he charged to Antonio Averluino, called il Filarete, to build this extraordinary building.
Retracing the phases of its construction, understanding how it worked and the evolution of the building over the ages, it means reminding about the progress of medicine from the Renaissance age until Second World War, when the building was seriously damaged and it was abandoned and then reused as universities until now.
About 1 hour and 30 min.
To be agreed.
If it’s a large group, it’s advisable to rent a radioguide system.
It’s advisable to wear confortable shoes.