Carminati Palace is the palace facing the Milan Cathedral (“Duomo”) on the West side of Piazza del Duomo, the central plaza of Milan. It was built in the late 1860s as private home of a well known Milanese silver manufacturer, Giacomo Cesati.nIn the twentieth century, the palace became a landmark of Milan (and a symbol of the city’s economic growth) because of the large neon advertising signs that were affixed to its facade, with an overall visual effect that has been compared to New York City’s Broadway, Times Square or London’s Piccadilly Circus. nThe signs were eventually removed by Milan’s major Gabriele Albertini in 1999, as a consequence of a campaign aimed at promoting the plaza’s “dignity


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