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Risiera di San Sabba
Trieste, Italy

Risiera di San Sabba

During World War II, this rice mill became a Nazi concentration camp.
45.6209, 13.7892
Bagno della polizia
Muggia, Italy

Bagno Della Polizia

These pools have been abandoned for over 20 years.
45.6085, 13.7456
Milan, Italy

San Bernardino alle Ossa

An ossuary built in 1210 to collect bones from the Ospedale Maggiore of Milan.
45.4626, 9.1955
One of the letters, signed by Lucrezia Borgia (detail)
Milan, Italy

Lucrezia Borgia’s Love Letters

"The prettiest love letters in the world" ... or so said Lord Byron.
45.4636, 9.1860
Giant skeleton sculpture.
Foligno, Italy

Calamita Cosmica

The giant skeleton sculpture is surprisingly well-traveled.
42.9580, 12.7079
the Devil's column
Milan, Italy

The Devil's Column

The mark of the Devil's horns on a marble column in Milan.
45.4640, 9.1757
Barber chairs for men and women
Milan, Italy

Albergo Diurno Venezia

Long-abandoned art nouveau baths beneath Milan's Piazza Oberdan.
45.4747, 9.2053
The interior of the main room
Milan, Italy

Royal Pavilion at Stazione Centrale

An exclusive waiting room built for the royal family in the 1920s is hidden in Milan’s central station.
45.4866, 9.2065
This obelisk shaped bomb shelter once was inside a factory
Milan, Italy

War obelisk in Milan

Remnants of cone-shaped fascist bomb shelters in Milan.
45.5147, 9.2453
Section of the tunnels
Milan, Italy

Milan's Hidden Bomb Shelters

Vast network of air raid tunnels beneath Lombardy's capital.
45.5153, 9.1927
Lainate, Italy

Ninfeo di Villa Litta

An ancient artistic garden parlor full of hidden water wonders.
45.5705, 9.0289