Category:Casa dei Grifi (Milan)

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  • Italiano: Il nome della "Casa dei Grifi" in Via Valpetrosa (Milano), un palazzo rinascimentale (sec. XV) che vanta uno dei pochissimi cortili dell'epoca rimasti intatti in città, deriva dal fatto di essere stato costruito dalla famiglia mercantile dei Grifi.
  • English: "Casa dei Grifi" ("House of the Griffins") in via Valpetrosa street in Milan, Italy, which is a Renaissance palace (15th century) sporting one of the most intact Renaissance courtyards surviving in town, owes its name to the fact of having been built by the merchant House of Grifi, sporting a "grifo" (i.e. a griffin) as their heraldic animal.

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