Strolling around Torino

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Luca Bighignoli

Strolling around Torino

Often lauded as 'the Paris of Italy' due to its royal past and majestic architecture, Turin is definetly one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. Here you are some of the reasons why Turin should be on your Italy bucket list...

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Royal Palace of Turin
Luca:Residing in 'Piazza Castello', this Palace holds a central position in Turin and has been a symbol of power for hundreds of years.
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Madama Palace
Luca:Inside this beautiful palace you can walk up the richly decorated stairways and admire the sublime decadence of the various rooms and hallways.
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Mole Antonelliana
Luca:Originally a Jewish Synagogue, the building now houses the National Cinema Museum and is actually the tallest museum in the world.
Image - Cappella della Sacra Sindone
Cappella della Sacra Sindone
Luca:The 'Chapel of the Holy Shroud' is a Baroque-style Roman Catholic Chapel. Located outside the Turin Cathedral and connected to the Royal Palace of Turin, the chapel was designed by the architect Guarino Guarini and built at the end of the 17th century, during the reign of Charles Emmanuel II, Duke of Savoy. The chapel was constructed to house the Shroud of Turin, a religious relic believed by many to be the burial shroud of Jesus of Nazareth.
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Egyptian Museum
Luca:Created in 1833, the original collection was imported from other museums and has been expanded greatly over the following years.
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Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
Luca:Built on the site that previously hosted three different churches, this Cathedral is a fine example of Renaissance architecture that was created in 1491. Located next to the Royal Palace, this church is dedicated to the patron saint of Turin – Giovanni Battista.
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National Cinema Museum
Luca:Located in the 'Mole Antonelliana' tower, this Museum is definetly one of the most visited museums in Italy due to its fantastic exhibitions of cinema and movies related things.
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Piazza San Carlo
Luca:Piazza San Carlo, the aptly named "lounge" of Turin, is a miracle of elegance. The harmony of this huge area, on which work began in 1619, is down to Carlo di Castellamonte.
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Image - Zonk
Luca:(Not really a disco, it's a sort of pub. Cocktails are super good here)

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  1. Royal Palace of Turin
  2. Madama Palace
  3. Mole Antonelliana
  4. Cappella della Sacra Sindone
  5. Egyptian Museum
  6. Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
  7. National Cinema Museum
  8. Piazza San Carlo
  9. Inside Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
  10. Mollica
  11. Pizzium
  12. VITA Italian Burger
  13. Osteria Nuova Torino
  14. Simini Brasserie de la mer
  16. Orso Laboratorio del Caffè
  17. National Cinema Museum
  18. Piazza Vittorio Veneto
  19. La Venaria Reale
  20. Global Disco Club
  21. New Big Club Srl
  22. The Beach - Green Concept Club
  23. Zonk

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