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Museum of Cinema-Mole Antonelliana

The Mole Antonelliana is the symbol of the city of Turin and one of the symbols of Italy. The name of the Mole comes from the name of the architect Alessandro Antonelli who has designed. Taking the panoramic elevator inside the dome you can enjoy a wonderful view of Turin.

Inside the Mole Antonelliana houses the National Museum of Cinema. In the museum there are magic lanterns, film equipment ancient and modern pieces from the sets of famous films and other memorabilia national and international. Along the exhibition, there are spaces dedicated to all the figures that contribute to the real


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Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is the second most important in the world, second only to that of Cairo and is the oldest Egyptian museum in the world. Dedicated to art and culture of ancient Egypt, the museum houses about 30,000 pieces documenting the history and civilization of Egypt. Many of the pieces of relief, one of the most important is the intact tomb of Kha and Merit, are also exposed numerous sarcophagi, mummies, the statuary, and the gods of ancient Egypt "Turin Papyrus Map".

Among the museums to see in the historic center of Turin, and in general among the museums of the city, th


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PALAZZO MADAMA-MUSEO CIVICO D'ARTE ANTICA

Palazzo Madama in Turin is one of the Savoy residences UNESCO, is located in Piazza Castello, one of the main squares of the old town, and home to the Museum of Ancient Art, which contains a rich collection of sculptures, paintings, glass, tapestries etc.

The name comes from the fact that it was first inhabited by Cristina of Bourbon-France, called the first Madama Reale, in the period 1620-1663 about, and then to Marie Jeanne of Savoy, called the second Madama Reale, in the period 1666- 1724. It was for the latter, that the present façade was designed in 1716-1718 by the architect F


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Royal Palace (Museum-Turin)

The Royal Palace of Turin is the first and most important of the Savoy residences in Piedmont, was the scene of the policy of the Savoy dynasty for at least three centuries. It is located in the heart of the city in Piazzetta Reale adjacent to central Piazza Castello, from which branch off the main streets of the historic center: Via Po, Via Roma, Via Garibaldi and Via Pietro Micca, famous shopping streets.

Even the famous architect Filippo Juvarra participates and realizes for the Royal Palace of La Scala Scissors, consisting of double ramps, and the Chinese Cabinet decorated by eighteenth


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Valentino Park

The Valentino Park (On-site dël Valentin, or simply ël Valentin, in Piedmontese) is a famous public park of Turin, located along the banks of the Po River.
The origin of the name is uncertain, but was already in early Roman settlements; from 13th century documents, it seems there was an ancient chapel titled St. Valentine (176-273), saving a portion of the relics of the patron saint of lovers taken directly from Terni. It is not clear whether the chapel then fell into disrepair and was destroyed, but the relics were brought to the nearby church of San Vito, in the hills beyond the river. The Va


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Piazza San Carlo

Piazza San Carlo is one of the most important squares of Torino; can be defined as the capital of Piedmont's lounge. 168 meters long and 76 metres wide, the square has an area of 12,768 square meters; is inserted inside the road of Via Roma, which connects to Piazza Castello and Piazza Carlo Felice.
Throughout history took the names of Real square, piazza D'Armi and then, in the Napoleonic period, place Napoléon. By 1618, is dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo, as one of two twin churches, the Holy Archbishop of Milan who had to Shroud a particular devotion. Emanuele Filiberto in fact did bring t


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Piazza Vittorio Veneto

The square is known to be a meeting place and youth. Many locals overlook directly,

Events

Given the extraordinary capacity, the square is always to welcome mass events such as concerts, shows and cultural events of various kinds. Here take place traditionally the final celebrations for the Patron Saint's day of Saint John the Baptist, with the famous Fireworks that attract an average of 200000 Turin from across the city
For a long time, up to the year 1986, the square was the main venue of the Carnival, with the typical forms and shows the many rides and sideshows: amusement in July 1986 a P


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Basilica di Superga

A Baroque jewel that dominates the city.
In 1706, during the franco-Spanish siege, the Duke of Savoy, Victor Amadeus II ascended to Superga to observe the advance of the enemy. Here promised that in case of victory, would have built a votive monument.

Jobs, entrusted to Juvarra, led to the creation on the ridge of the Hill of the basilica, a jewel of Baroque architecture ideally connected to Rivoli Castle on the way to France.

The Church houses in the underground tombs of the Savoy dynasty, still open to visitors, and is flanked by 18th-century convent. Famous is the splendid viewpoint overlo


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