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La Mole Antonelliana is a monumental building in Turin located in the historic center, a symbol of the city and one of the symbols of Italy. Its name comes from the fact that, in the past, it was the tallest masonry construction in Europe, while its adjective comes from the architect who designed it, Alessandro Antonelli. However, during the twentieth century, it underwent major remodeling using reinforced concrete and steel beams, so it cannot currently be considered a structure exclusively in masonry.
With a height of 167.5 meters, was for many years the tallest building in Turin, but currently, after the construction of a modern skyscraper, the Grattacielo della Regione Piemonte, is just the building High in the center of the city. Since 2000, the Turin National Cinema Museum has its headquarters.
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Suite Valentino. Charme nel centro di Torino
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I Colori Di Torino
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University of Turin
The University of Turin (in Italian Università degli Studi di Torino) is a public university located in the city of Turin, northwest of Italy. Founded in 1404, it is one of the oldest universities in Europe and continues to be an important center for study and research.
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La Delfina Apartment
Egyptian Museum of Turin
The Egyptian Museum of Turin (Museo delle Antichità Egizie, lit., 'Museum of Egyptian Antiquity') is located in the city of Turin, Italy, in the palazzo dell'Accademia delle Scienze, a Baroque-style building, designed by the Italian architect Guarino Guarini, in 1678, for the noble school. It is one of the oldest museums, and the second in importance for its collection of Egyptian antiquities after the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
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Via Bernardino Drovetti
Alice Appartamento Torino
Casa Floriana Castello
Royal Library of Turin
The Royal Library of Turin (in Italian, Biblioteca Reale di Torino) is one of the most important museums in this Italian city.
It was instituted by Carlos Alberto de Sardinia in 1839 and currently preserves and protects about 220,000 volumes, 4,500 manuscripts, 3,000 drawings, 187 incunabula and other elements such as newspapers or maps. The funds derive mainly from the Savoyard collections.
A fundamental role for the development of this institution was the librarian named Domenico Promis, who collaborated with the king in the collection and organization of material on the history of the ancient Sardinian States and their military, heraldry and numismatic affairs.
Until the end of 2006 the Library was directed by Giovanna Giacobello Bernard. Since then the director is Maria Letizia Sebastiani.
Among all the objects in this collection, the best known is the Leonardo da Vinci Self-Portrait which is located in a museum underground. It is an armored camera designed to resist fires, earthquakes, as well as the impacts of aerial objects in the building. This cabin houses thirteen drawings by Leonardo, in addition to six others from the Leonardesque school.
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Casa Floriana - Matteotti
Residences of the royal house of Savoy
The Residences of the Royal House of Savoy is a group of buildings in Turin and its province, in Piedmont (northern Italy). The royal family of Savoy began, in the 16th century, to order the remodeling of old castles (even from Roman times) and the construction of new residences, in the green belt that surrounds the capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia, Turin.
Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997, buildings characterized by their beauty and particularity, built in a mixture between the Mannerist style and the triumphant Baroque Piedmontese: jewels projected or remodeled by architects of the caliber of Amedeo and Carlo di Castellamonte, Filippo Juvarra, Guarino Guarini and Pelagio Palagi.
The list of such palaces, mansions and castles includes:
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Le Tre Madame
La finestra sul cortile di Via Gioberti
Madama Palace of Turin
The Madama Palace (Palazzo Madama and Casaforte degli Acaja) is an architectural and historical complex located in the central square of the Castle (piazza Castello) in Turin (Piedmont), in northern Italy. It is one of the "Residences of the Royal House of Savoy" declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
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Santa Maria Apartment
La casina sui tetti
La Barca di Armida
The Carignano palace (in Italian: Palazzo Carignano)? It is a palace located on the street of the Academy of Sciences (Via Accademia delle Scienze) in Turin (Piedmont), in northern Italy. It is one of the "Residences of the Royal House of Savoy" declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The palace was designed by Italian architect Guarino Guarini.
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Royal Palace of Turin
The Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale) is a palace located in the very central Plaza del Castillo (Piazza Castello), the heart of the city of Turin (Piedmont), in northern Italy. As the name implies, it was the royal palace of the House of Savoy. It is the first and most important of the "Residences of the royal house of Savoy" declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
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Il nido del Picchio 2
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Ca'cita Guest House Torino
Regio Theater (Turin)
The Regio Theater is one of the buildings of the royal house of Savoy declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1997. It has the code 823-009 and is located in Piazza Castello de Turin (homonymous province, in Piedmont, Italy). The Teatro Regio di Torino is an outstanding opera house and with the same name, Teatro Regio di Torino, its opera company is known, based in Turin (Italy). Its season runs from October to June with the presentation of eight or nine operas with 5–12 performances of each.
Several buildings provided premises for productions in Turin since the mid-16th century, but it was not until 1713 when the creation of an opera house was considered, and planning began with Felipe Juvara. However, the foundations were not established until the reign of Carlos Manuel III in 1738 after the death of Juvara. The play was supervised by Benedetto Alfieri until the theater was over.