Ambrosiana

Mediateca

Mediateca

CURIOSITIES
The gloves worn by Napoleon at Waterloo

The gloves worn by Napoleon at Waterloo

Two hundred years ago, Napoleon Bonaparte, a personality, who certainly marked history between the end of the eighteenth century and the first decades of the nineteenth century, died in exile on the island of Sant’Elena. Not everyone knows that in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, in room 9, a curious relic linked to him is kept...

CURIOSITIES
Anthropomorphic figures

Anthropomorphic figures

Today we talk about a series of artifacts made of very curious materials...

CURIOSITIES
Parade saddle and two stirrups

Parade saddle and two stirrups

In this new video we talk about precious artifacts made by Milanese gunsmiths in the second half of the sixteenth century...

CURIOSITIES
Male figure made of shells

Male figure made of shells

Our journey through the wonders of the Ambrosiana today brings us to room 8 where, among precious coral specimens from the Settala collection, a curious statuette is on display…

WHAT’S ON

THE CRYPT OF SAN SEPOLCRO OPENS AGAIN TO THE PUBLIC ON MAY 23!

San Sepolcro

THE CRYPT OF SAN SEPOLCRO OPENS AGAIN TO THE PUBLIC ON MAY 23!

Every Sunday, from May 23, 2021

14/05/2021
NEWS
THE <em>DIVINE COMEDY</em> AT THE AMBROSIANA

Pinacoteca

THE DIVINE COMEDY AT THE AMBROSIANA

On the occasion of the celebrations for the seventh centenary of Dante Alighieri's death, the exhibition presents a precious selection of Divine Comedies from the Ambrosiana Library.

29/04/2021-12/09/2021
Exhibition
THE PINACOTECA OPENS AGAIN

Pinacoteca

THE PINACOTECA OPENS AGAIN

Opening hours, booking and access procedures from April 29

25/04/2021
NEWS
READING ROOM<br>OPEN FROM APRIL 13

Biblioteca

READING ROOM OPEN FROM APRIL 13

Opening hours and access procedures

10/04/2021
NEWS