Sormani Palace is a historic building of Milan, and the seat of the central public library of Milan. The core of the building, much smaller than the present palace, dates back to the 16th century, as testified by a memorial plaque, now located in the hall. A secondary facade was added in the 18th century, on a design by Benedetto Alfieri, heading towards the palace’s gardens.nA new restoration (by architect Arrigo Arrighetti) followed, in 1956. Thereafter, the palace was chosen as the seat of Milan’s public library.


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