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The Palazzo Reale in Milan is a former royal palace with large halls, sophisticated furniture and magnificent stairs. It was also the seat of the government of the Italian city of Milan. It is now an important exhibition place and cultural center. The exhibition area of 7,000 square meters regularly hosts works of modern and contemporary art, including many famous collections from around the world. Exhibitions are organized in cooperation with renowned museums and cultural institutions.
Palazzo Reale was founded in antiquity. In the Middle Ages it was the seat of city authorities. The palace was thoroughly restored under the rule of Francesco Sforza. The building was destroyed during the French invasion. The reconstruction of the palace took place in the 18th century under the direction of Giuseppe Piermarini.