SGARBI, GAZZETTA- As the Gazzetta reports, Sgarbi’s words can really put a big stone on the big plant today.
Sgarbi, Gazzetta: “The Meazza cannot be touched”
“The Meazza cannot be touched and Sgarbi does not say it but it is the law”. Vittorio Sgarbi, new Undersecretary for Culture, takes the field in defense of the old San Siro, which according to the imagined road map should give way to the new stadium within 6-7 years. An intervention that makes people discuss. “It would be like knocking out the EUR in Rome, so it is naturally bound because the bond would be automatic beyond the age of 70, it cannot be knocked down”. Words that clash with the pronouncement two years ago of the Regional Commission for the cultural heritage of Lombardy, which responding to a request from the mayor Beppe Sala had established the absence of “cultural interest” as it is an “architectural artefact in which the persistence of the original stadium of 1925-26 and of the enlargement of 1937-39 are completely residual with respect to the subsequent adaptation interventions ». Moral: according to the Superintendence, the stadium does not fall within the constraint of 70 years. A situation that however does not discourage Sgarbi: «If I need a bond, I will put it. But there is no need for a bond to save him, if ever a decision by the ministry would be needed to say knock him down and he will never arrive ». After Sgarbi, Silvio Berlusconi also spoke: «The stadium should be protected and protected; it is part of the history of Milan and the history of Italian football. Tearing it down would mean depriving the city of a monument, its symbol, its identifying element in Italy and in the world ». Undersecretary Sgarbi has already scheduled a meeting for Tuesday with Luigi La Rocca, general director of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of the Ministry of Culture ”.
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