Designed by the architect Perugino Galeazzo Alessi in 1563, it has been the site of the Municipality of Milan since 1861. It stretches from San Fedele Square to Piazza della Scala and has a large internal courtyard. Commissioned by the Genoese banker Tommaso Marino, it was foreclosed on by the public administration in 1577 due to the huge debts of the family and then passed to the family of banker Emilio Omodei. It was bought back from the state in 1781. It has been restored several times until 1954.
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