Monza

Overall Score

3.1

In ancient times the area of Monza was inhabited by the inhabitants of the Incense. During Roman rule, the village of Moidolanum was in the shadow of the neighboring Medellum and was a small Roman-Gaelic settlement. After the invasions of the Goths and Guns, the kingdom of Théodore had unexpectedly become a kingdom. The development of the city was facilitated by the introduction of the Catholic Church. The presence of the Franks and the Lombards did not affect the life of Municipality, thanks to the fact that the local cathedral kept several sacred relics, making the city considered sacred. In the 12th century, Monona gains autonomy, but soon falls to neighboring Milan. In the following centuries, the city was plagued by intercontinental dynasties and epidemics. In the 16th and 18th centuries, it was settled first by the French, then by the Spanish, then by the Austrians. After the expulsion of Napoleons troops in 1814, Monaco finally became a legal city (1816). The Italian Revolutions, the Revolution, the Reformation, and the incorporation into the Unified Kingdom of Italy all contributed to the growth of the city. In 1841, the railroad was laid there, and light industry is developing.

Monza is known in the world as the center of the automobile transport. It is the location of the Formula One circuit, where the Rally of Italy takes place. It has long been considered the toughest and fastest in the world.

There are other special features as well. The main one – the cathedral church (6th century), in whose museum and treasury there are many valuable exhibits related to the history of the city and of Northern Italy and the band (16th century). The Rathausch (arregnarium) and the Kings Villa (13th century) – traces of different periods of Manzonis life. Like other Italian cities, Mąntzka has many churches: Our Lady on the Road (14th century), Our Lady of Milo (15th century), Our Lady of «carrário» (13th century), St. Peter the Martyr (14th century) with a memorial to the 19th and 20th century painter Maza Bianchi at the entrance. ×The Chapel of the Acquisition (1910) was built to commemorate the murder of the Italian king, Ómamberto I. In Monaco you can visit a theater, various museums, a large library for the blind, and a stroll through the quiet streets of the city.

Monza – the site of Christian festivals, where memorialists gather.

100 USD = 92.32 EUR

Overall Score

3.1
  • Air quality: 61 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
  • Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
  • Religious government: Religious
  • Population: 120,000 people
  • GDP: $31,279 / year
  • Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
  • Power outlets: 230V50Hz
  • Internet: 19 Mbps
  • Best wireless: TIM
  • Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners
  • Tipping: You are not expected to tip restaurants in Italy. A service charge is sometimes added to the bill, ranging from 1 to 3 Euros, or 10% – 15%. This charge must be indicated on the menu. Some may also add an extra charge for the diner ware and extras (tablecloth, silverware, plates, bread, etc.), this is normal.
  • Apartment listings: AirBnb
  • Apartments: Airbnb
  • Hotels: Booking.com
  • More hotels: Hotels.com
  • Best coffee 24/7: Coworking Monza
  • Best taxi: MyTaxi
  • Online electronics shop: Amazon
  • Best hospital: Abbott St. Jude
  • Best short-haul air carrier: Vueling
  • Best intl air carrier: Vueling
  • Monthly costs for expat: $2300
  • Monthly costs for family: $4400
  • Monthly costs for local: $1250
  • Meal: $18
  • Small Cola: $2.5
  • Beer 1 Pint: $6
  • Coffee: $1.8


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