via Tortona 56
Milano
Italy

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Enlighten yourself with cultural resources

Being the cultural capital of world, Milan has remained bustling with fashion and food loving crowds. Milan’s fashion and food landscape has recently seen even more draw, thanks to the Mudec Museum. The museum, designed by Sir David Chipperfield, has brought new life to the city with its cutting edge architecture and art collections.

Mudec Museum is completely dedicated to the promotion of culture, which is clearly visible in the museum’s mermerising collections, interior and exterior. This institution elegantly represents the cultures of different cities. All works at the museum are rooted in extensive researches.

The building that houses Mudec Museum used to be an old industrial complex. The Milan municipality took over the premises and made huge investments into its architecture, and transformed it with the help of anthropological and ethnographical researches. Boasting more than 7,000 artifacts, you will find yourself enthralled upon stepping into the museum, which is also home to art collections from as far as South America, Central America, Middle East, Far East and Africa.