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In Italy

Does Milan have a beach?

No, it does not. If you wish to visit a beach whilst staying in Milan you could travel to one of the lakes such as Lake Como to swim and sunbathe. However, it is worth checki (MORE)

What is the Edict of Milan?

The Edict of Milan was a letter signed by Roman emperors  Constantine and Licnius, that proclaimed religious toleration in  the Roman Empire. The letter was issued in 313, s (MORE)
In Italy

Where is milan?

Millan is located in the country of Italy. It is the second biggest  city in Italy. The city has a population of 1.3 million as of June  2014.
In Italy

How is milan landscape?

Milan's landscape is mostly flat, but differs  towards south in which it is hilly. Milan is situated in the  central-western area of the Po Valley. The area is  surrounded (MORE)

What was the Edict of Milan?

  Definition: The Edict of Milan was granted by Emperor Constantine the Great in the West and Licinius Augustus in the East in 313 granting religious freedom throughout th (MORE)
In Italy

Why does Inter Milan have a star on their badge?

You get one star for every ten league titles you win. Inter and Milan have both won 17, hence one star. Juventus have won 27 and so have two. Genoa come next after those thr (MORE)
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How long is the drive to Venice from Milan?

The driving distance is approximately 277 km on the A4. If you average 65 mph for the whole trip, the driving time will be about 2 hours and 38 minutes. Add extra time to acco (MORE)

What was the edict of milan and what did it do?

The Edict of Milan was a proclamation issued from a summit held inthe city of Milan, stating the government's toleration of allreligions and declaring that all people should b (MORE)