January is about to end with its hot dates (check them here), but even in February, whether it’s discovering the events celebrating music or visiting an exhibition, Where® brings you this month’s unmissable dates.

1. Valentine’s Day at Highline Galleria

Are you in search of a truly romantic backdrop to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Treat your significant other to a marvellous view of Milan from above on the walkway of the Highline Galleria. At the end of the tour, you can celebrate with a pizza at the “I Dodici Gatti” restaurant. If, on the contrary, you’re looking for something a little more upmarket, head to the “Felix Lo Basso Restaurant”, also located here, on the top floor of the Townhouse Galleria. (see main picture)

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2. Contemporary Artistic Jewels at Palazzo Giureconsulti

144 international designers from more than 30 countries showcase 400 mostly unique creations at Artistar Jewels Event. Artistar Jewels aims to promote and showcase creations – objects and jewelry – handcrafted by expert artists/artisans in limited edition or single piece versions.

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3. Oriental Happening at Fieramilanocity

Festival dell’Oriente offers two weekends dedicated to the magical East. The event features photographic exhibitions, bazaars, stands, typical gastronomy, traditional ceremonies, folkloristic performances, concerts, dance and martial arts.

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4. ‘Narrative Frames’ contemporary art at GAM Milano – Modern Art Gallery

The Narrative Frames exhibition explores the theme of private collecting, which unfolds among the neo-classical spaces of Villa Belgiojoso. In order to do this, it compares works on loan from two prestigious Italian contemporary art collections – the Panza di Biumo Collection and the Berlingieri Collection – and the masterpieces hosted by GAM, creating innovative perspectives and unusual frames.

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5. The world of Primo Levi at Science and Technology Museum

The 6 sections of the exhibition‘The Worlds of Primo Levi. A Strenuous Clarity’ accompany visitors provide insightful highlights on the writer’s worlds in a heterogeneous journey throughout history, pain, chemistry, and love for the job, throughout the painful period of the Shoah.

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6. The Rebirth of Milan at Palazzo Morando

From 1943 to 1953, from bombings to reconstruction; the decade marking the rebirth of Milan, a crucial period in the history of the city, told through 170 vintage pictures, videos, documents, war relics, memorabilia and much more. Invaluable testimonies of epoch-making events that radically changed the face of the city.

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7. The Masters of Baroque on display at Palazzo reale

The exhibition ‘Pietro Paolo Rubens and the Birth of Baroque’ is dedicated to Pietro Paolo Rubens’ and his relationship with ancient art and classic sculpture. However, the underlying message of the exhibit is to enlighten the public about the great Flemish master’s influence on younger Italian Baroque masters.

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