Milan celebrates the advent of Christmas with a precious exhibition on works by painter Pietro Paolo Rubens among which the well-known altarpiece dedicated to the Adoration of the Shepherds,  previously set in the city of Fermo. The altarpiece testifies the relevance of Italy for art and the deep connection between the city of Milan and Jesus Christ’s Epiphany. The exhibition features guided tours lead by historians of art and members of Civita’s cultural organization, while a catalogue by Marsilio publishing on the exhibition is available at the temporary bookstore set in Palazzo Marino.
The exhibition is set in the Alessi Hall inside Palazzo Marino and is free daily.
Open Mon-Sun 9.30am-8pm and Thurs 9.30am-10.30pm. The access is possible until 30 minutes before the closing hour).
Piazza della Scala, 2
M1-M3 (red and yellow lines) Duomo, M3 (yellow line) Montenapoleone
T: 800167619 (from Italy)