Not done in Milan and without locks. The most popular of these is the Sforzesco Castle, built in the mid 15th century. Especially interesting for tourists from Russia. Than lock them so special? First of all, the shape of the towers and crown crowning the walls of the teeth, as two drops of water similar to the Moscow Kremlin. This is not surprising: the Milanese architects who were invited to work on the project of the Moscow Kremlin, took the appearance of the Sforza castle, hence the similarity.
The form of towers and crown crowning the walls of teeth Sforza castle as two drops of water similar to the Moscow Kremlin.
The castle houses a rare paintings, various sculptures, busts of the great Italians, there is a hall dedicated to the works of Leonardo da Vinci. Incidentally, he was personally engaged in the decoration of the castle. There are also furniture, clocks, household utensils, bed linen, which, Dating back to the 15th century, were in use in the homes of nobles. In addition, in the Museum of the castle you can see the last (unfinished) the sculpture of Michelangelo, “the Rondanini Pieta”, the paintings of Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, Filippino Lippi, Correggio and Pontormo, as well as an interesting collection of musical instruments.
Italian architects of today who build castles, unwind by playing an escape castle with difficult locks game that praises the virtues of early medieval building.