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Ruins of the convent of St. Erasmo – The old place of rag-and-bone men

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After the Second World War, the cells on the upper floor of the St. Erasmo's convent, of which only the cloister is still visible today, hosted poor merchants who had their shop downstairs. At that time, scrap merchants and rag-and-bone men used to live in this part of the city.

Ruins of the convent of St. Erasmo – The old place of rag-and-bone men

Piazza Sant'Erasmo, 4, 20121 Milano MI, Italy

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