Visconti di Modrone

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The Visconti di Modrone are a collateral branch of the Visconti of Milan.wikipedia
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Luchino Visconti

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The theatre and cinema director Luchino Visconti, whose actual surname was Visconti di Modrone, was one of them.
Luchino Visconti was born into a prominent noble family in Milan, one of seven children of Giuseppe Visconti di Modrone, Duke of Grazzano Visconti and Count of Lonate Pozzolo, and his wife Carla (née Erba, heiress to Erba Pharmaceuticals).

Visconti Castle (Somma Lombardo)

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Since the main residence of the first generations of Uberto's offspring was in the castle of Somma Lombardo, they were known by the surname of Visconti di Somma.
From the brother Francesco, who owned the newer portion of the castle, descend the Visconti di San Vito; while from Guido, who owned the lower and older portions of the castle, descend the Visconti di Modrone.

Vimodrone

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In 1778, Francesco Antonio Visconti di Modrone, grandson of Niccolò, obtained the title of Marquess of Vimodrone.
The area has historical associations with the Visconti di Modrone family.

Visconti of Milan

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The Visconti di Modrone are a collateral branch of the Visconti of Milan.

Matteo I Visconti

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The Visconti di Modrone descend from Uberto, younger brother of Matteo Visconti, Lord of Milan between 1287 and 1322.

List of rulers of Milan

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The Visconti di Modrone descend from Uberto, younger brother of Matteo Visconti, Lord of Milan between 1287 and 1322.

Milan

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The Visconti di Modrone descend from Uberto, younger brother of Matteo Visconti, Lord of Milan between 1287 and 1322.

Somma Lombardo

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Since the main residence of the first generations of Uberto's offspring was in the castle of Somma Lombardo, they were known by the surname of Visconti di Somma.

Count

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The title of Count of Lonate Pozzolo traces back to the properties and noble rights in Lonate Pozzolo, a few kilometres south of Somma Lombardo, received by Guido Visconti di Somma in the division with his brother Francesco.

Lonate Pozzolo

The title of Count of Lonate Pozzolo traces back to the properties and noble rights in Lonate Pozzolo, a few kilometres south of Somma Lombardo, received by Guido Visconti di Somma in the division with his brother Francesco.

Marquess

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In 1778, Francesco Antonio Visconti di Modrone, grandson of Niccolò, obtained the title of Marquess of Vimodrone.

Duke

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In 1813, the title of Duke Visconti di Modrone was granted by Napoleon to Carlo Visconti di Modrone (1770–1836).

Napoleon

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In 1813, the title of Duke Visconti di Modrone was granted by Napoleon to Carlo Visconti di Modrone (1770–1836).

Cassago Brianza

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Between 1884 and 1890, a family mausoleum was erected at Cassago Brianza.

Milan Cathedral

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Its appearance, inspired by the dome and the spires of the Milan Cathedral, has become part of the local landscape.

Canegrate

During the 19th and 20th centuries, industrial undertakings were started by different family members around Milan: silk production in Canegrate, a weaving plant in San Vittore Olona, a bleaching factory in Somma Lombardo, and a cotton mill in Vaprio d'Adda.

San Vittore Olona

During the 19th and 20th centuries, industrial undertakings were started by different family members around Milan: silk production in Canegrate, a weaving plant in San Vittore Olona, a bleaching factory in Somma Lombardo, and a cotton mill in Vaprio d'Adda.

Vaprio d'Adda

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During the 19th and 20th centuries, industrial undertakings were started by different family members around Milan: silk production in Canegrate, a weaving plant in San Vittore Olona, a bleaching factory in Somma Lombardo, and a cotton mill in Vaprio d'Adda.

Piacenza

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At the beginning of the 20th century, Giuseppe Visconti di Modrone (1879–1941), the father of Luchino Visconti, renovated a group of hovels and old stables surrounding the family castle located 12 km from Piacenza in the municipality of Vigolzone, transforming them into a village of Middle Age aspect named Grazzano Visconti.

Vigolzone

At the beginning of the 20th century, Giuseppe Visconti di Modrone (1879–1941), the father of Luchino Visconti, renovated a group of hovels and old stables surrounding the family castle located 12 km from Piacenza in the municipality of Vigolzone, transforming them into a village of Middle Age aspect named Grazzano Visconti.

Victor Emmanuel III of Italy

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In 1937, the title of Duke of Grazzano Visconti was granted to Giuseppe Visconti by King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy.

Nanni Strada

Nanni Strada is a Milan based fashion and textile designer who has produced collections for Dolomite, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fiorucci, La Perla, Max Mara, Nordica, and Visconti di Modrone among others.

Call Me by Your Name (film)

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His goal was an accurate recreation of the period that was invisible to the viewer." The crew, including production designer Samuel Dehors and first-time set decorator Violante Visconti di Modrone, decorated the house with furniture and objects inspired by the characters. Much of the furniture, including dishes and glassware from the 1950s, belonged to Guadagnino and di Modrone's parents. Di Modrone said, "That made it cozy and personal ... I wanted to give it the sense of time passing by". Many paintings, maps, and mirrors influenced by Asian art came from an antiques shop in Milan. The books seen in the background were all published before 1982. The swimming pool used in the film was based on a watering trough common in the area.