The Royal Palace of Milan was the seat of legislature of the Italian city of Milan for a long time. Today it fills in as a social focus and home to works and exhibitions.Originally outlined with a structure of two yards, the castle was then somewhat wrecked to account for the Duomo. The castle is situated to one side of the exterior of the house of God inverse the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
The veneer of the building takes after the style of the antiquated patio, shaping a break in regard to Piazza del Duomo, known as the Piazzetta Reale.The great Hall of Caryatids can be found on the primary floor of the building. It possesses the site of the old theater, which torched in 1776 and is the main room that survived the substantial bombings of 1943.
The harm caused by the ignitable and vicious air development was trailed by a condition of relinquishment for more than two years, which added to advance genuine harm to the building. A large number of the neoclassical insides of the Palace were lost.