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Milan, Italy
Tori Ketcherside, Ian Kamler, Dekonti Davies, Danelle Hicks
History & Politics
In 222 B.C. the city was conquered by the Romans and was annexed into the Roman Empire, getting the name Mediolanum.
Milan was a democratic government until 1277 when it was seized by the Visconti family of Milan.
After the Visconti's died off, the power was then seized by the Sforza families.
During the last years of the Sforza family reign, the power was then assumed by Spain under King Charles I for the next 170 years.
War broke out in the 18th Century giving the power to Austria.
In May 1796 Milan was taken over by Napoleon, but after his reign Austria recovered Milan.
In 1859 Austria was run out and Milan was annexed into the Kingdom of Piedmont, which later became the Kingdom of Italy.
After being annexed into the Kingdom of Italy, Rome was made the seat of government and Milan was made the economical and cultural capital of Italy.
Tourism
Music
Fashion
Food
References
La Scala Theatre
Traditional Foods of Milan are:
Aperitivo
Risotto alla milanese
Polenta
Panna Cotta
Aperitivo
name for the ritual of going out for a pre-dinner drink
name of the drink
comes from the Latin word aperitivus "to open"
Starts at 6 or 7 pm and lasts til 9 pm
Drinks are the main focus of the meal and they give one unlimited access to the food
Foods include:olives, cheeses and potato chips to awe-inspiring pastas, pizza, bruschetta, meats, sautéed vegetables and fruit salads
bitters, prosecco, martinis and white wine are the most popular liqour choices
Another popular choice is Negroni (1 part gin, 1 part Campari, 1 part sweet Vermouth)
Modern Times
Milan is Italy's second largest city
Known for banking and high fashion
56% of tourists are from Europe and the rest abroad.
60% of tourists are male, 40% female.
USA tourists primarily go to Milan for business.
Famous landmarks include: Duomo (Milan Cathedral), Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II (Shopping plaza), La Scalla (Opera House), and Sforza Castle.
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Plazzo Marino - Milan City Hall
Wind Tunnel at Politecnico di Milano
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Economy
2010 GDP estimated at 132.5 billion euros
Tourism is an incresingly important part of the city's economy: in 2010, the city registered more than 2.3 millioninternational arrivals, up 10% the previous year.
Other key sectors in the city's economy are advanced research, in health and biotechnologies, chemicals and engineering, banking and financing.
Milan has some of the best employment rates in Europe with only 4-5% unemployment.
http://www.teatroallascala.org/en/discover/theatre/history.html
http://bakingbites.com/2011/05/what-is-panna-cotta/
http://www.emikodavies.com/blog/italian-table-talk-the-aperitivo/
http://journalism.nyu.edu/publishing/archives/livewire/travel_food/milan_apertivo/
http://www.inechicmilano.com/sito/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=113:moda&catid=9:fashion&Itemid=151&lang=en

Elected as mayor in 2011
Graduated in Law and Political Science
Assesed major issues with polution and traffic congestion
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La Scalla
Galleria
Municipal Government
Mayor: Giuliano Pisapia
Administrative province of Lombardy
Duomo
Sforza
a creamy mix of arborio rice, saffron, grated cheese, butter, white wine and chicken stock

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Risotto alla milanese

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A hearty cornmeal dish
can also be a side dish
Popular recipes include:
adding meat ragù
adding sausage and mushrooms
adding gorgonzola or butter
Polenta
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Panna Cotta
“cooked cream” in Italian
a dessert of a lightly sweetened cream mixture that is set with a small amount of gelatin.
gelatin allows the cream to thicken without needing to use eggs or starches
has an exceptionally light and silky mouthfeel
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Recognized internationally as one of the world's most important fashion capitals, along with Paris ,New York , Rome ,London , and Tokyo
Global Language Monitor 2009 Fashion Capital of the World
Today's top fashion houses are headquartered in Milan, they are:
Gucci
Prada
Armani
Dolce & Gabbana
Versace
Hosts 2 Fashion Weeks: One in fall and one in spring
Quadrilatero della Moda
(Fashion District)
Includes:
Via Montenapoleone
Via Sant'Andrea
Via della Spiga
Via Manzoni
Via Bigli and Via Gesù
Via Montenapoleone
Known as the Montenapo
the most famous street in the Fashion District
named after a bank
the Monte Napoleone (located here until the early nineteenth century)
was the first street known for its luxurious fashion
Home to the stores/workshops of designers like Gucci, Versace, Luis Vuitton and numerous others
takes hours to literally explore all the stores on the Via Montenapoleone

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Via Sant'Andrea
Home to designers such as:
Chanel
Armani
Hermès,
and many more!
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Via della Spiga
Once the domain of bakeries,
Now home to designer stores like:
Bulgari
Krizia
Sergio Rossi
Dolce and Gabbana
and many more!

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Via Manzoni
The Via Manzoni is the widest of the streets in the Fashion District
Home to the elegant Grand Hotel et de Milan and several impressive palazzi
Also home to the Museo Poldi Pezzoli
a private museum where you find a fine collection of tapestries, paintings, sculptures, weaponry and decorative arts
Via Bigli and Via Gesù
The oldest mansions in the area can be found in de Via Bigli
the oldest built in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries
The neo-Renaissance palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi in the Via Gesù is home to the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
displays the original nineteenth century furniture and art collection of the Valsecchi family

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Engineering
"The Teatro alla Scala was founded, under the auspices of the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, to replace the Royal Ducal Theatre, which was destroyed by fire on 26 February 1776"
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=0VtwAqB8DsQ
La Scala opened on August 3, 1778
Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 -2015
https://pagellapolitica.it/politici/biografia/6/giuliano-pisapia
http://www.aboutmilan.com/history-of-milan.html
https://pagellapolitica.it/politici/biografia/6/giuliano-pisapia
Largest Technical University in Italy founded in 1863
Ranked as the 28th best technical university in the world
Nuclear Reactor In Milan
http://www.nuclearenergy.polimi.it/
"thermal hydraulics and safety systems, thermal mechanics, nuclear fuel performance and neutronics, model-based simulation and control, and economics"
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