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San Siro Stadium in Milan

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Place name: San Siro Stadium

San Siro Stadium is also called Giuseppe Meazza. All depends on the fan of the club you are - Milan or Inter. When the stadium was renamed Giuseppe Meazza, fans of Milan continued to call it San Siro, and since then the stadium has two names.

The stadium held a major football matches as well as concerts of world stars, because it is one of the largest and most famous stadiums in the world.

Under the stands of the southern gate of the stadium is a museum where are the trophies, medals, awards major clubs - Milan and Inter.

Region: Milan, Italy

Location: Piazzale Angelo Moratti

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