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La Sforzesca is a superb example of rural and Gothic Lombardy architecture, representing the first type of closed door farmstead in all of Italy. The building was commissioned by Ludovico il Moro in 1486 as a hunting residence and commercial ducal farm, and once hosted Leonardo da Vinci. The towers are topped with cupolas with creative brick chimneys.
Built by Gio Ponti, Cesare Chiodi and Ettore Ferrari, in 1933, Torre Branca was closed in 1972. But the structure was re-opened in 2003 with safety reinforced engineering. Thanks to the famous liquor distillery, Fratelli Branca, this has been completely renovated. Take the 10-minute lift ride 108 metres up and catch a bird's-eye view of the city. Or go in the night to watch the twinkling stars. You can also stop in at Just Cavalli Café downstairs once you are done with the heavenly trip.
Duomo Di Monza is a magnificent church located on Via Canonica and is commonly called as Monza Cathedral. This cathedral is believed to be built in 6th Century. The basilica is known to feature artifacts collected from over the centuries. This cathedral boasts of Romanesque architectural designs and also features elements from Gothic architecture. The grand exteriors and richly decorated interiors make this a place of great interest for art enthusiasts. Duomo Di Monzo houses a museum showcasing the cultural artifacts making it a popular tourist attraction of the town.
Villa Necchi Campiglio is a masterpiece of architect Piero Portaluppi, who built it between 1932 and 1935. The villa is well-maintained even today, and features a number of rooms with luxurious furnishings, along with tennis court, pool and a spacious yard. The historical residence also includes the kitchen, pantry and bathrooms, while the great hall is paved with walnut and rosewood paved and the stairs have Greek double balustrade.