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Things to see in Turin

Discover the monuments, buildings, natural treasures and all the details that characterize Turin and its territory.

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Museums [top]

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Armeria Reale

This museum was inaugurated in 1837 by Carlo Alberto. It houses one of the richest collections ...

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Museo Civico di Arte Antica

The historic building  Palazzo Madama houses  the  Civic  Museum of  Ancient Art , which houses a vast ...

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Museo Egizio

The collection of the Egyptian Museum is one of the largest in the world after Cairo. It was ...

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Palazzo Reale

A magnificent building of the  seventeenth century, residence of the kings, including the Dukes of Savoy. It ...

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Theaters [top]

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Teatro Carignano

It was built in the late seventeenth century by the Princes of Carignano and used use by the royal ...

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Teatro Regio

The lyrical opera has its place in the Theatre Regio in Turin. Its origins date back to the ...

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Monuments [top]

Mole Antonelliana

The symbol of Turin, it is 167 meters high and its summit offers a view over the city. Made in the second ...

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Castles, palaces and mansions [top]

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Castello del Valentino

A charming seventeenth-century residence, set on the type of French castles of 1500. Now it houses the Faculty of Architecture.

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Palazzo Carignano

Famous example of baroque architecture with a facade by Guarini, sinuous and with bricks preciously worked.

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Palazzo Madama

The medieval castle built from the old Roman gates and renovated with the addition of the imposing facade of ...

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Palazzo Reale

Built in 1660, it was the residence of the ruling House of Savoy until the end of 1800. Inside you can ...

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Reggia di Venaria Reale

Sardinia Arba at Ashar Located in the middle of Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is certainly the best place ...

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Churches and places of worship [top]

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Basilica di Superga

The most important work of architecture by Juvarra inaugurated in 1731 with Carlo Emanuele III. Situated on ...

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Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista

Built near the Royal Palace in the 15th century in the Renaissance style, the Cathedral preserves the ...

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Chiesa della SS. Annunziata

Rebuilt in the early twentieth century in neo-baroque style, it is popular in Turin for a well-known ...

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Chiesa di San Carlo

It closes up the south side of square San Carlo. The building plan has a nave with two bays with a cross ...

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Chiesa di San Lorenzo

Church of modest proportions, but of great architectural interest. It is one of the most significant works ...

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Chiesa di Santa Chrisitina

Located next to the sister church of San Carlo, close to the southern side of square San Carlo. The front ...

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La Gran Madre di Dio

A neoclassical cathedral which arose between 1827 and 1831 on the banks the Po; it was built to celebrate ...

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Santuario della Consolata

It was built by Guarino Guarini in XVI on the old medieval church . To the right of neo-classical facade ...

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Walls, towers and gates [top]

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Porte Palatine

City Gates of the Roman Taurinorum (Porta principalis) and part of the medieval fortress, the Palatium from ...

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