Parco delle Memorie Industriali - Parco Vettabbia
Ex OM Park
The complex composed of the Parco delle Memorie Industriali and Parco della Vettabbia, also known as Parchi del Quartiere Ravizza,
is located in the areas where the plants of Officine Meccaniche (OM) once stood.
Parco delle Memorie Industriali has salvaged and highlights certain items of the industrial past of this area. The most evident characteristic is the presence of an old bridge crane painted yellow.
Parco della Vettabbia extends to the man-made Vettabbia canal, one of the oldest Milanese canals, existing as far back as Roman days. The most evident characteristic of this park is the walkway along the towpath, which is dotted with panoramic terraces and squares with wooden flooring.
Among the important buildings in the park are the residential towers designed by Arch. Massimiliano Fukas and residential courtyards Arch. Valentino Benati. Among the artifacts on the basis of industrial memory instead of reporting the Crane Mechanical Workshops.
The Culture Park is located directly related to Viale Toscana and Ravizza Park and is the park area equipped with more squares, parking areas and an amphitheater.