Milan, Ambrosiana

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This institution, founded by Cardinal Federico Borromeo, now consists of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana (founded 1607) and the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (founded 1618); it is housed in the Palazzo dell'Ambrosiana, begun in the 17th century under the direction of Lelio Buzzi.


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