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Welcome to Milan, Italy.

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on 4 June 2014

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Welcome to Milan, Italy.
Human Body
The popular diseases are Alzheimer's disease, prion diseases (sporadic and familial Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, fatal familial insomnia), other diseases such as sporadic (Pick's disease, progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration) and familial tauopathies. The popular foods in Milan are pasta, pizza, seafood, bread without butter, and salads.
Day 1: Milan Art Tour: Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' and the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore $69.06
Day 2: Milan Fashion Week $3600
Day 3: Milan City Hop-on Hop-off Tour $34.55
Take a tour to Milan
Welcome to the world of Milan Italy

Milan is the second largest city in Italy. It is most famous for fashion and design. It is also know for its muesums, universities, churches and libraries.

Saturday Jun 07th Sunny 82 degrees farenhight
Sunday Jun 08th Sunny 79 degress farenhight
Monday Jun 09th Sunny 85 degrees farenhight
Tuesday Jun 10th Sunny 96 degrees farenhight
Wednesday Jun 11th Patchy light rain in area with thunder 82 degrees farenhight
Thursday Jun 12th Patchy light rain in area with thunder 79 degress farenhight
Weather in Milan consists of four seasons and is typical of European countries. Summer (June to September) has highs of 28°C while autumn (September to November) is wet and cool with temperatures between 11°C to 18°C. Winter season (December to February) is normally around 5°C but it can drop below freezing too

Milan’s climate is continental, with damp, chilly winters and hot, humid summers. Snow falls between December and February, and springtime is generally rainy. In winter temperatures range between 30 and 50 °F (−1 and 10 °C) and in summer between 68 and 86 °F (20 and 30 °C). Characteristic of the Po Basin, fog often shrouds the city in winter. The removal of rice fields from the southern neighbourhoods and the closure of most of the city’s heavy industry have reduced the phenomenon. However, this has been offset somewhat by the growth of an almost uninterrupted built-up area around the city, which reduces local air circulation, and by the gray smog, or traffic-related air pollution, that often covers the
•Total annual Precipitation averages 943.2 mm (37.1 inches) which is equivalent to 943.2 Litres/m² (23.13 Gallons/ft²).
Chaparral (Mediterranean) Biome. Chaparral or Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and shrub is a temperate biome, characterized by hot-dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Nearly all of the rainfall occurs in the winter and spring rainy season
The common plants in Milan Italy are Rock Jasmine, Green Alder, and dwarf juniper. The common animals are Albine ibex brown bear, chamois wolves wild boar, and european polecat dolphin whales.
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