New ideas and movements from other countries of Europe were accepted and discussed: thus Realism and Naturalism gave birth to an Italian movement, Verismo. Metropolitanstadt Mailand, Abbiategrasso | The population grew from 1.3 million in 1951 to 1.7 million in 1967. Basiano | Pregnana Milanese | San Donato Milanese | The current mayor of Milan is Giuseppe Sala, a left-wing independent leading a progressive alliance composed by Democratic Party, Italian Left and Italy of Values. August 2020 um 19:00 Uhr bearbeitet. In the 1980s, with the international success of Milanese houses (like Armani, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana), Milan became one of the world's fashion capitals. Vaprio d’Adda | On 26 March 2018, a list of candidates of the Centre-right coalition, a coalition of centrist and right-wing parties, led by Attilio Fontana, largely won the regional election, defeating a coalition of socialists, liberals and ecologists and a third party candidate from the populist Five Stars Movement. The city is also the seat of a renowned symphony orchestra and musical conservatory, and has been, throughout history, a major centre for musical composition: numerous famous composers and musicians such as Gioseppe Caimo, Simon Boyleau, Hoste da Reggio, Verdi, Giulio Gatti-Casazza, Paolo Cherici and Alice Edun lived and worked in Milan.  The population of Milan today is lower than its historical peak. Milan served as the capital of the Western Roman Empire, the Duchy of Milan and the Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia. Settala | Im Jahr 2010 feierte die Provinz Mailand ihr 150-jähriges Bestehen als Selbstverwaltungsorgan. Mailand setzt sich bei der IOC-Wahl gegen Stockholm durch. Corsico | Oktober 1859 zu einer Gebietskörperschaft Sardinien-Piemonts und ab dem 17. In the early 21st century, Milan underwent a series of sweeping redevelopments over huge former industrial areas. Die ersten Provinzratswahlen erfolgten am 15. The Great Plague of Milan in 1629–31, that claimed the lives of an estimated 60,000 people out of a population of 130,000, caused unprecedented devastation in the city and was effectively described by Alessandro Manzoni in his masterpiece "The Betrothed". Pavia | Milan is also the traditional finish for the final stage of the Giro d'Italia, which, along with the Tour de France and the Vuelta a Espana, is one of cycling's three Grand Tours.  Bus lines cover over 1,070 km (665 mi). The legislative body of the Italian comuni is the City Council (Consiglio Comunale), which in cities with more than one million population is composed by 48 councillors elected every five years with a proportional system, contextually to the mayoral elections. 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Cologno Monzese | Schuster, archbishop of Milan, and raised according to the rules by the Holy See in 1940, is—similarly to the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, which is consociated with—an Institute "ad instar facultatis" and is authorised to confer university qualifications with canonical validity and the Milan Conservatory, a college of music established in 1807, currently Italy's largest with more than 1,700 students and 240 music teachers.. The municipality of Milan is subdivided into nine administrative Borough Councils (Consigli di Municipio), down from the former twenty districts before the 1999 administrative reform.  They eventually conquered the entirety of the region, calling the new province "Cisalpine Gaul" (Latin: Gallia Cisalpina) – "Gaul this side of the Alps" – and may have given the site its Latinized name of Mediolanum: in Gaulish *medio- meant "middle, center" and the name element -lanon is the Celtic equivalent of Latin -planum "plain", thus *Mediolanon (Latinized as Mediolānum) meant "(settlement) in the midst of the plain". establishing their Italian operations in the city. In May 1898 Milan was shaken by the Bava Beccaris massacre, a riot related to soaring cost of living. In recent years, de-industrialization, urban decay and gentrification led to a vast urban renewal of former industrial areas, that have been transformed into modern residential and financial districts, notably Porta Nuova in downtown Milan and FieraMilano in the suburb of Rho. Basisdaten Hauptstadt: Mailand: Provinzen: 12 einschließlich Metropolitanstadt Mailand: Fläche: 23.862,85 km² (: Einwohner: 10.103.969 (31.Dez. Nach der Annexion der Lombardei durch das Königreich Sardinien-Piemont (Risorgimento) wurde die Provinz Mailand auf der Grundlage eines Verwaltungsreformgesetzes vom 23. FieraMilano operates the world's fourth largest exhibition hall in Rho, were international exhibitions like Milan Furniture Fair, EICMA, EMO take place on 400,000 square metres of exhibition areas with more than 4 million visitors in 2018.  Modern skyscrapers, such as the Pirelli Tower and the Torre Velasca were built, and artists such as Bruno Munari, Lucio Fontana, Enrico Castellani and Piero Manzoni gathered in the city. Cinisello Balsamo |  The Montanelli gardens, created in the 18th century, hosts the Natural History Museum of Milan and a planetarium. The bordering kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia sent troops in order to protect the insurgents and organised a plebiscite that ratified by a huge majority the unification of Lombardy with Piedmont-Sardinia. Mediglia | In some cases the team also plays at the PalaDesio, with a capacity of 6,700. The team plays at the Velodromo Vigorelli, with a capacity of 8,000. Like most cities in Italy, Milan has developed its own local culinary tradition, which, as it is typical for North Italian cuisines, uses more frequently rice than pasta, butter than vegetable oil and features almost no tomato or fish. , The Polytechnic University of Milan is the city's oldest university, founded in 1863. Milano poggia su un terreno di origine fluvio-glaciale a cemento carbonatico, comune a tutta la Pianura Padana.La sua caratteristica principale è quella di essere facilmente carsificabile.Tale roccia è ricoperta dai sedimenti fluviali quaternari ed è visibile lungo i principali corsi d'acqua che la solcano, costituendo dei conglomerati che in â¦ According to the legend reported by Livy (writing between 27 and 9 BC), the Gaulish king Ambicatus sent his nephew Bellovesus into northern Italy at the head of a party drawn from various Gaulish tribes; Bellovesus allegedly founded the settlement in the times of the Roman monarchy, during the reign of Tarquinius Priscus. Alle Ferientermine für Italien 2019 sorgfältig recherchiert und tabellarisch dargestellt. Ozzero | Tribiano |  Milan is viewed as part of the Blue Banana and one of the "Four Motors for Europe".  Its business district hosts Italy's stock exchange (Italian: Borsa Italiana), and the headquarters of national and international banks and companies. Reggio Calabria | In 1447 Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan, died without a male heir; following the end of the Visconti line, the Ambrosian Republic was established; it took its name from St. Ambrose, the popular patron saint of the city. Datenauszug vom März 2019. In the third decade of the 19th century, Alessandro Manzoni wrote his novel I Promessi Sposi, considered the manifesto of Italian Romanticism, which found in Milan its centre; in the same period Carlo Porta, reputed the most renowned local vernacular poet, wrote his poems in Lombard Language. Novate Milanese | Varese Cassinetta di Lugagnano | Milan hosted matches at the FIFA World Cup in 1934 and 1990 and the UEFA European Championship in 1980, and more recently held the 2003 World Rowing Championships, the 2009 World Boxing Championships, and some games of the Men's Volleyball World Championship in 2010 and the final games of the Women's Volleyball World Championship in 2014. But just a few months later the Austrians were able to send fresh forces that routed the Piedmontese army at the Battle of Custoza on 24 July and to reassert Austrian control over northern Italy.  Thereafter, during the following decades, about one third of the population moved to the outer belt of suburbs and new satellite settlements that grew around the city proper.  When Italy surrendered in 1943, German forces occupied and plundered most of northern Italy, fueling the birth of a massive resistance guerrilla movement. The executive body is the City Committee (Giunta Comunale), composed by 12 assessors, that is nominated and presided over by a directly elected Mayor. Keine andere Stadt des Landes beherbergt so viele Ausländer.  Some Roman structures remained in use in Milan under Lombard rule. Verwaltung und Politik sind in keinster Weise mit der einer bürgerlich-deutschen Stadt vergleichbar. In the early 1990s architect David Chipperfield was invited to convert the premises of the former Ansaldo Factory into a Museum. In 1700 the Spanish line of Habsburgs was extinguished with the death of Charles II. Vermezzo con Zelo | In 1706, the French were defeated in Ramillies and Turin and were forced to yield northern Italy to the Austrian Habsburgs. März 1861 dann Italiens. Solaro |  It has a daily ridership of 1.15 million, the largest in Italy as well as one of the largest in Europe. Die Metropolregion war 2006 mit 7,4 Millionen Einwohnern der größte italienische Ballungsraum. The etymology of the name Milan (Lombard: Milan [miˈlãː]) remains uncertain. Cremona | In the second half of the 19th century, Milan quickly became the main industrial centre of the new Italian nation, drawing inspiration from the great European capitals that were hubs of the Second Industrial Revolution. The Metropolitan City of Milan covers 1,575 square kilometres (608 sq mi) and in 2015 had a population estimated at 3,196,825, with a resulting density of 2,029 inhabitants per square kilometre (5,260/sq mi). Cuggiono | Verwaltungssitz der Metropolitanstadt ist die Stadt Mailand. Cernusco sul Naviglio | Im Hinblick auf die Einwohnerzahl nach Kontinenten lebt mit rund 4,5 Milliarden Menschen der Großteil der Weltbevölkerung in Asien. The regional council has 48 members from the Centre-right coalition, 18 from the Centre-left coalition and 13 from the Five Star Movement. Milan is well known for its world-class restaurants and cafés, characterised by innovative cuisine and design. März 2020 starben in der Provinz nachweislich 6.238 Einwohner im Zusammenhang mit der Krankheit COVID-19. Both teams play at the UEFA 5-star-rated Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, more commonly known as the San Siro, that is one of the biggest stadiums in Europe, with a seating capacity of over 80,000. Auf 100 gemeldete Einwohner kommen 20 Nichtitaliener (in der Lombardei sind es 13 Ausländer auf 100 Einwohner). in occasione della Mostra tenuta a Milano nel) 1990. The Alps and Apennine Mountains form a natural barrier that protects the city from the major circulations coming from northern Europe and the sea. Die Lombardei ist eine norditalienische Region mit einer Fläche von 23.863 km² und 10.103.969 Einwohnern. Assago | About ten years later, however, Italian nationalist politicians, officers and intellectuals such as Cavour, Garibaldi and Mazzini were able to gather a huge consensus and to pressure the monarchy to forge an alliance with the new French Empire of Napoleon III in order to defeat Austria and establish a large Italian state in the region.  During this period, Milan was rapidly rebuilt, with the construction of several innovative and modernist skyscrapers, such as the Torre Velasca and the Pirelli Tower, that soon became the symbols of this new era of prosperity. Italien: Stadt Mailand Übersicht: Stadtbezirke. Bologna | Milan is a major national and international centre of the performing arts, most notably opera. Indeed, about sixty Gallo-Roman sites in France bore the name "Mediolanum", for example: Saintes (Mediolanum Santonum) and Évreux (Mediolanum Aulercorum). The administrative comune covers an area of about 181 square kilometres (70 sq mi), with a population, in 2013, of 1,324,169 and a population density of 7,315 inhabitants per square kilometre (18,950/sq mi).  Berlusconi's Milano 2 and Milano 3 projects were the most important housing projects of the 1980s and 1990s in Milan and brought to the city new economical and social energy. Sie sind die größten Städte der Welt, haben viele Millionen Einwohner und ein kulturelles Durch- und Miteinander verschiedenster Bevölkerungsschichten. The totals for individuals and family are consistent with the totals published by ISTAT (National Institute of Statistics) by means of appropriate scaling coefficients, since some differences can occur between the two sources. The city was also affected by a severe financial crisis and a steady decline in textiles, automobile and steel production. , The concentric layout of the city centre reflects the Navigli, an ancient system of navigable and interconnected canals, now mostly covered. Sie ist in die elf Provinzen Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Lecco, Lodi, Mantua, Monza und Brianza, Pavia, Sondrio, Varese und in die Metropolitanstadt Mailand aufgeteilt. It contains one of the foremost collections of Italian painting, including masterpieces such as the Brera Madonna by Piero della Francesca. , The University of Milan, founded in 1923, is the largest public teaching and research university in the city. The network consists of 4 lines (plus one under construction), with a total network length of 101 kilometres (63 mi), and a total of 113 stations, mostly underground. 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Buccinasco zählte 2019 insgesamt 11.229 Privathaushalte. Pogliano Milanese | Im Fokus. The city's land is flat, the highest point being at 122 m (400.26 ft) above sea level. Other large multinational service companies, such as Allianz, Generali, Alleanza Assicurazioni and PricewaterhouseCoopers, have their headquarters in the recently built towers of the CityLife business district, a new 900-acre-wide (3.6 km2) development project designed by prominent modernist architects Zaha Hadid, Daniel Liebskind and Arata Isozaki. Buscate | Entwicklung der Weltbevölkerung im Zeitverlauf Größte â¦ Bari | Arluno |  Two new business districts, Porta Nuova and CityLife, were built in the space of a decade, radically changing the skyline of the city.  Following this battle, Milan and the rest of Lombardy were incorporated into Piedmont-Sardinia, which then proceeded to annex all the other Italian statlets and proclaim the birth of the Kingdom of Italy on March 17, 1861. The stocks at the 1st on January of the years from 2005 to 2009 are available. In 1713–1714 the Treaties of Utrecht and Rastatt formally confirmed Austrian sovereignty over most of Habsburg Spain's Italian possessions including Lombardy and its capital, Milan. Milan is also home to many architecture, art, and fashion periodicals, including Abitare, Casabella, Domus, Flash Art, Gioia, Grazia, and Vogue Italia. In the summer of 569 the Lombards (from whom the name of the Italian region Lombardy derives), conquered Milan, overpowering the small Byzantine garrison left for its defence. Bernate Ticino | Die Metropolitanstadt hat eine Fläche von 1.575 km². The city is also the birthplace of many modern ensembles and bands, including Camaleonti, Camerata Mediolanense, Gli Spioni, Dynamis Ensemble, Elio e le Storie Tese, Krisma, Premiata Forneria Marconi, Quartetto Cetra, Stormy Six and Le Vibrazioni. The Milan suburban railway service, operated by Trenord, comprises 12 S lines connecting the metropolitan area with the city center, with possible transfers to all the metro lines. , The Celtic Insubres, the inhabitants of the region of northern Italy called Insubria, appear to have founded a settlement around 600 BC. Turbigo | Cassano d’Adda | Das Sars-CoV-2-Virus kursierte in Italien angeblich schon Monate früher als angenommen.  Each Borough Council is governed by a Council (Consiglio) and a President, elected contextually to the city Mayor. Robecchetto con Induno |  Relative humidity typically ranges between 45% (comfortable) and 95% (very humid) throughout the year, rarely dropping below 27% (dry) and reaching as high as 100% Wind is generally absent: over the course of the year typical wind speeds vary from 0 to 14 km/h (0 to 9 mph) (calm to gentle breeze), rarely exceeding 29 km/h (18 mph) (fresh breeze), except during summer thunderstorms when winds can blow strong. Cagliari |  The city's decades-long population decline seems to have partially reverted in recent years, as the comune gained about 100,000 new residents since the last census. Aber auch die Aufgaben sind imens: Infrastruktur und Umwelt â¦ , The city tram network consists of approximately 160 kilometres (99 mi) of track and 18 lines, and is Europe's most advanced light rail system. Historical Approaches to Urban Immigration", "COMUNE DI MILANO – Stranieri: dati statistici", "What May Life in Italy Be Like Under the Right? Pero | A fire destroyed the storehouses containing the entire food supply, and within just a few days Milan was forced to surrender. The gilt bronze statue of the Virgin Mary, placed in 1774 on the highest pinnacle of the Duomo, soon became one of the most enduring symbols of Milan.  The Meazza Stadium has hosted four European Cup/Champions League finals, most recently in 2016, when Real Madrid defeated Atlético Madrid 5–3 in a penalty shoot-out. Castano Primo | The partnership with the city of St. Petersburg, Russia, that started in 1967, was suspended in 2012 (a decision taken by the city of Milan), because of the prohibition of the Russian government on "homosexual propaganda". One of the city's oldest surviving cafés, Caffè Cova, was established in 1817. Grezzago | Milan is widely regarded as a global capital in industrial design, fashion and architecture. The political unification of Italy enhanced Milan's economic dominance over northern Italy. In 2014 the City Council agreed on the construction of a new mosque amid bitter political debate, since it is strenuously opposed by right-wing parties such as the Northern League. Brescia | –533 p.: ill.; 28 cm (11 in). Milan's figurative art flourished in the Middle Ages, and with the Visconti family being major patrons of the arts, the city became an important centre of Gothic art and architecture (Milan Cathedral being the city's most formidable work of Gothic architecture). With over 40,000 students, it is the largest technical university in Italy. Sesto San Giovanni | Busto Garolfo | Ferien Italien 2019. Milan will host the 2026 Winter Olympics together with Cortina d'Ampezzo. Baranzate | The monumental area had twin towers; one included in the convent of San Maurizio Maggiore remains 16.6 m high. They are two of the most successful clubs in the world of football in terms of international trophies.  The city receives on average seven days of snow per year. Berlins Polizei geht gegen Beamte vor +++ Deutschland: neun weitere Fälle von Geflügelpest +++ VW ruft 218.000 Autos in USA zurück +++ Die News von heute im â¦ Lacchiarella | Very rapid industrialization in the last two decades of the 1800s led to the birth of a massive worker class as well as bitter social conflicts. 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San Zenone al Lambro |  On April 29, 1945 the American 1st Armored Division was advancing on Milan but, before it arrived, the Italian resistance seized control of the city and executed Mussolini along with his mistress and several regime officers, that were later hanged and exposed in Piazzale Loreto, where one year before some resistance members had been executed. Cerro al Lambro | Corriere della Sera, founded in 1876, is one of the oldest Italian newspapers, and it is published by Rizzoli, as well as La Gazzetta dello Sport, a daily dedicated to coverage of various sports and currently considered the most widely read daily newspaper in Italy. Free daily newspapers include Leggo and Metro. Notable architects involved in the project included the Florentine Filarete, who was commissioned to build the high central entrance tower, and the military specialist Bartolomeo Gadio. Die Metropolitanstadt hat eine Fläche von 1.575 km². Today, Milan remains a major international hub of modern and contemporary art, with numerous modern art galleries. Porta Nuova, the main business district of Milan and one of the most important in Europe, hosts the Italian headquarters of numerous global companies, such as Accenture, AXA, Bank of America, BNP Paribas, Celgene, China Construction Bank, Finanza & Futuro Banca, FM Global, Herbalife, HSBC, KPMG, Maire Tecnimont, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Panasonic, Pirelli, Samsung, Shire, Tata Consultancy Services, Telecom Italia, UniCredit, UnipolSai. Mapei, Versalis, Tamoil Italy), home appliances (e.g.  The Rite varies slightly from the canonical Roman Rite liturgy, with differences in the mass, liturgical year (Lent starts four days later than in the Roman Rite), baptism, rite of funerals, priest clothes, and sacred music (use of the Ambrosian chant rather than Gregorian). 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