1385-1485; 1450 (choir and transepts); 1452 (aisles and nave); 19th century (facade)
The Milan Cathedral is one of largest cathedrals in the world. Approximately fifty architects and consultants were asked to work on the design, including Leonardo da Vinci and Donato Bramante. The facade design by Carlo Buzzi was partially built ca. 1650 and completed in the nineteenth century.
Keywords: Italy, Milano, Italian, views, religious and/or ceremonial structures. Submitted by Jacqueline Gargus for ARCH 601: History of Architecture