Castello Sforzesco

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Castello Sforzesco (English: Sforza Castle) is a castle in Milan, Italy that now houses an art gallery featuring paintings and sculptures by artists such as Michelangelo. This is a view from outside the castle. I have some more pictures, from outside and inside the castle.
Original construction on the site began in the 14th century. In 1450, Francesco Sforza began reconstruction of the castle, and it was further modified by later generations.
I took this picture using my Canon EOS Camera, the exposure time was 15 seconds. I should mention that the pictures look much better on the printed copy!

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