We are completing our walk in Milan. The train station will help us get to other cities of Lombardy and northern Italy. And before we say goodbye to the city, we will recall that we saw Milan - from the Dome Cathedral to the history of the nineteenth century, the formation of independent Italy and the definition of Milan as the northern capital, art, science, trendsetting and design, and all this done in Italian style - unhurried, cozy, bohemian - Brersky. When you find yourself in the station building, know that this is not the largest railway station in Europe, but the most pompous. The inner space is covered with a roof equal to two football fields, despite the fact that it was built in the early 20th century. The First World War interrupted construction, which ended in the days of Mussolini. As a result, architectural styles were mixed from modern to fascist.