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Garibaldi Door – Milano

It was erected in 1834 by architect Giacomo Moraglia who designed a triumphal arch with two pedestrian passages open to the sides, flanked by two tollbooths overlooking the roadway. On the top of the arch were four ‘colossi’, the work of Perabò, to symbolize the main rivers of Lombardy: Po, Adda, Ticino and Olona. The door was dedicated to Garibaldi when he entered Milan in 1860 after the victories of Varese and San Fermo.

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