The Last Samurai at Royal Palace of Milan

 

In the next few days, Milan will be the protagonist of a really special exhibition: Gli Ultimi Samurai (The Last Samurai).

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In fact, from February 25th to June 2nd, many materials, objects, drawings and accessories all belonging to the legendary world of the Samurai, will be put on display in the halls of the Royal Palace, and they will be very useful to reenact the Edo period of the Japanese history, that is to say the one included between 17th and 19th century.

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This exhibition boasts of the primacy to be the first exhibition in Europe entirely dedicated to the Samurais, myth and legend which from time immemorial fascinated the western world. In addition, besides the loans of the collections of eastern art coming from the Sforza Castle, this exhibition will be enriched with the extraordinary presence of the armours from the Koelliker Collection of the city.

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This is a really unique and particular exhibition, whose way it was developed easily arouses curiosity in people, because it suggests the visitors an almost educational itinerary, to help them to reenact the history, to understand the important meaning which still today brings with itself.

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The Last Samurai is waiting for you at Royal Palace of Milan from February 25th to June 2nd, with many other events dedicated to the cinema, to comics and to Japanese martial arts.

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So guys, if you are interested in the exhibition and you wish to have more information about events, museums and everything beautiful to see in Milan, then consult our website www.aboutmilan.com

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