“Today, we must go to Milan’s drawing room,” said Scorch, packing her sightseeing bag.
“This doesn’t look like a drawing room, Scorch,” said Felix after reaching Scorch’s destination.
“It is the nickname of the neoclassical Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade, which has been the centre of attention in Milan since 1877. It is a massive structure recognisable by its iconic glass and iron dome. It is known for its glamorous fashion boutiques like Prada, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton,” explained Scorch.
Orak excitedly added to the conversation, “Let’s go to the galleries. We’ll see the central dome with a charming mosaic that portrays the continents of Europe, Africa, America, and Asia.”
“How about below the central dome? There is a mosaic of the Savoy coat of arms and several animals that describe some of Italy’s loveliest cities,” said Verum.
The Mysticals had a gala time at the arcade and bought fun trinkets.