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Palazzo Litta, also known as the Palazzo Arese-Litta, is a Baroque
structure in Milan's Corso Magenta, opposite San Maurizio al
Monastero Maggiore, and dating from the period of Spanish rule of
the city. Architect Francesco Maria Richini built the nucleus of
the palazzo in the years 1642-1648 for Count Bartolomeo Arese, a
member of one of the most influential Milanese families of the
period who became President of the Senate of Milan in 1660. Palazzo
Litta thus became an important centre of Milanese fashionable and
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