29 October 2010-10 January 2011. This exhibition, part of the series dedicated by Castello Sforzesco to the history of photography investigates the relationship between photography and the substantial changes that the city of Milan has undergone throughout the 19th century.

After the Italian unification in 1861, Milan became the cultural and economical capital of the new unified state. This capillary study was made possible thanks to the precious photographic funds of the Civic Archive of Photography of Milan, founded in 1933 in Castello Sforzesco.

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Address Sale Panoramiche. Castello Sforzesco. Piazza Castello 1, Milan, tel. 02 62083940. Tue-Sun 09.00-13.00, 14.00-17.30.

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The Glance of Photography on Milan 1839-1899

Sale Panoramiche. Castello Sforzesco. Piazza Castello 1, Milan, tel. 02 62083940. Tue-Sun 09.00-13.00, 14.00-17.30.