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Single Red Rose in a Presentation Box€24
Spring into Life€58
Lucky in Love with Baci€60
Blissful with Teddy and Lindt Chocolates€64
Bouquet of Tulips€65
Autumn Morning - Rose and Lilies€68
Playfulness - A Colourful Mix€88
Let's Get Fresh - Roses, Gerberas, Orchids€148
Exotic Orchids with Gerberas and Roses€148
24 Red Roses Bouquet with Mumm and Teddy€156
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There are so many occasions that deserve flowers congratulations, births, deaths and just to say “I am thinking of you”. Whatever the reason, it is a delightful surprise to receive fresh floral arrangement from Maria’s Florist Milan.
If you want to enhance someone’s day or searching for the perfect gift, Maria’s Milan Florist has a variety of floral gifts for all preferred flower combinations, occasions and budgets. We will also assure you of same day delivery in Milan.
Maria’s aim to make it easy for you with the choice to order flowers in Milan online or via our working hours phone service. We have the ability to accept Pay Pal or credit cards and our delivery in Milan is always timely.If you want a floral gift to be sent across the world, the country or within Milan, look no further than Maria’s Florist in Milan.
Our funeral flowers in Milan are perfect for the church or as a thoughtful gift of condolence to friends or family. Maria’s florist Milan want you to trust that you can rely on us during times of extreme happiness and sadness – whatever the occasion.
Milan is the second main Italian city and is also the capital of Lombardy. There is a population of about 1.35 million in the city alone. The wider metropolitan area takes that figure to 8 million people after the suburban boom, post war, of the fifties and sixties.
In the beginning, Milan was founded by the Celtics, known as Insubres. Later the Romans took over the region, making it the center of the Roman Empire of the West. During the Middle Ages the city grew as a profitable and financial center. Many changes and rulers, including Austria, France and Spain, were eventually usurped in 1859 when the new empire of Italy took control.
Between 222 BC and 286 BC Milan was called Mediolanum by the Romans. In 286 BC when the city was ruled by Maximus who was given the position by Emperor Diocletian who had named it the capital of the Roman Empire of the West, while he continued his rule in the East. Prior to this time, between 400 BC and 222 BC the Celtics were in charge.
Christians were granted freedom of religion in 313 AD by Emperor Constantine with the Edict of Milan. In the year 402, the city was overwhelmed by the Visigoths, so the royal seat was moved to Ravenna.
In 452 the Huns struck the city and 539 saw the Ostrogoths seize and destroy Milan. In 569 it was the Lombards who captured the city, again, Milan yeilded in 774 to the Franks. The Holy Roman Empire took over Milan from the Crown of Lombardy during this era.
There was a few hundred years of thriving trade due to the rich soils of Po, a period without conquest, until 1162 when Frederick I Barbarossa destroyed the city of Milan once again in the War of Conquest.
In more recent history, fascist ruler Benito Mussolini shook up Milan in 1919. After the threat to Rome, and during the World War 2, Milan again widespread loss due to Allied bombings. Until 1945, Nazi soldiers dominated most of Northern Italy, at which time Italy surrendered.
However, in the years following the war, Milan enjoyed sustained economic growth, encouraging a large arrival of immigrants from Southern Italy. This, coupled with the economic, political and social debate of the time, led to the industrial development of the city during the 1900s.
Italian resistance rose after the Second World War and the Nazi occupation and Milan was the main focus of that resistance. As the city boomed after the war Southern Italian migrated north leading to an industrial growth of the 1900s.
The city has not looked back and is now a commercial, financial and industrial epicenter, as well as being world leaders and icons in fashion and design.
Milan now attracts in excess of 2 million tourists each year. It boasts museums, theatres the Santa Maria delle Grazie which has paintings from Leonardo da Vinci and is a UNESCO site. Furthermore, there is fashion week in Milan and the Furniture Fair of Milan, all enhancing the appeal of this once unfortunate city. It is now a beacon of history, power and style.
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