Central Public Library - Palazzo Sormani Andreani, Milan
the Biblioteca Sormani is one of Milan's main public libraries and formerly a palace that was owned by Cardinal Cesare Monti. The facade seen in the photo was designed by Architect Francesco Croce (1696-1773), this is now the library's main entrance. In 1783 the palace was sold to Count Giovanni Pietro Paolo Andreani who was a Milanese senator.
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