Colonnes de Saint-Laurent
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Le colonne di San Lorenzo sono un'antica costruzione di epoca medioevale di Milano, costruite con materiali di epoca romana e situate di fronte alla basilica omonima in prossimità della porta Ticinese medievale. Esse rappresentano uno dei rari reperti superstiti della Milano imperiale.
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The Colonne di San Lorenzo or Columns of San Lorenzo is a group of ancient Roman ruins, located in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo. In the evening is an hangout, and you can find a lot of pubs an restaurants.
Apart from the emblematic columns, church and architecture , this place is surrounded by design stores and restaurants .
Colonne di San Lorenzo, which are among the best preserved Roman ruins in Milan. The plaza where the Colonne di San Lorenzo are located is also one of the key places of the so-called "Milanese movida", i.e., night-life.
Our area is full of aperitif, happy hours, pubs, bars, restaurants, pizzerias, pastry shops. One of the movida area in Milano
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