The Royal Palace of Milan at the time before renaissance and enlightening of minds was the seat of government of the Italian city of Milan for many centuries and years. But at present it is an important cultural center and organizes the expositions and exhibitions. The palace is situated at the right to the facade of the cathedral in the opposite position with respect to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
The facade of the building, along the line of the ancient courtyard, there makes a recess as respect to Piazza del Duomo, and is learnt as the Piazzetta Reale. Along with the ancient history and culture of the city, the royal palace too has very old and ancient origins.
It was born with the name ‘Palazzo Vecchio Broletto’ and was the seat of city government during the period of Commons in the Middle Ages. The palace turned into the political center as during the ladies of the families Torriani, Visconti and after the making of the Cathedral, had gone an important renovation, under the government and leadership of Francesco Sforza.
Apart from the place to be lived and enjoyed by the nobility at the start of the 21st century as about fifty years after the destruction of the palace in the world war the palace, yet has a very central role to play into the social and cultural life of Milan.
As building is still undergoing a massive renovation activity and soon return to its former glory and reputation the Palace Museum is still worth visiting and to be toured around.
The museum can be visited by the means of its itinerary as restored as the era Teresiana and Neoclassical, the Napoleonic era, the Restoration and l ‘Unification of Italy’. The restoration there occurred as by the means of a complex task of reconstruction of the original furniture to let have much broader and even straight and more articulate historical and stylistic reading of court life.
The first visible halls there in the museum belong to the neoclassical period, ranging from reconstruction of Piermarini to Napoleonic times. This memorizes of the time when city has to play an important role in history of Europe.
The Royal Palace next works as a cultural center in the straight mid of the city rather co-ordinated and prefixed with the exhibition spots like the, Rotonda della Besana, the Palazzo Region and Palazzo dell ‘Arengario. The building otherwise also plays an important role with respect of art in Milan as have exhibited the works Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and other noted painters and artists.