Turin

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Nizza Millefonti
3 reviews
The themes range from the history of the automobile in the wake of 20C historic and societal upheaval to questions about the place of the motor car in relation to man. — Michelin Guide
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The most noteworthy rooms are the Sala di Diana and the richly decorated Grande Galleria. A little further on is the Mandria, a vast domain created in the 18C to house the royal stud farm. — Michelin Guide
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Centro
3 reviews
The most captivating exhibits are the exquisitely painted wooden sarcophagi and mummies of Kha and Merit, an aristocratic couple whose tomb was discovered in 1906. — Frommer's
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Centro
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Centro
3 reviews
The Piazza Carignano is one of the most majestic in a city full of splendid corners. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
This thoroughly Baroque church was designed by Juvarra in the early 18th century and, since 1731, has been the burial place of kings. — Fodor's
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Centro
3 reviews
Houses the Museo Civico d'Arte Antica, whose collections comprise more than 30,000 items dating from the Middle Ages to the Baroque era. — Fodor's
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Crocetta
3 reviews
Dedicated to Italian art of the 19C and 20C, this large collection of paintings and sculpture focuses primarily on Piedmontese art, and in particular on Reggio-born painter Antonio Fontanesi. — Michelin Guide
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Centro
3 reviews
Piazza Castello is dominated by Palazzo Madama, a part-medieval, part-baroque castle built in the 13th century. — Lonely Planet
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Centro
2 reviews
One of Europe's most extensive collections of arms and armor. It's a must-see for connoisseurs. — Fodor's
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Centro
2 reviews
The political and religious heart of the city, it was designed as part of a vast urban project directed by Ascanio Vitozzi — Michelin Guide
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Centro
2 reviews
The residence of the House of Savoy, begun in 1645 and designed by the Francophile count of Castellamonte, reflects the ornately baroque tastes of European ruling families of the time. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
This masterpiece built by Juvarra in 1729 lies at the end of a long avenue lined with farms, beyond the semicircle of stables. — Michelin Guide
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Centro
3 reviews
The superb collections of the Sabauda Gallery are displayed since late 2014 on the fourth floor of the Manica Nuova of the Royal Palace. — Michelin Guide
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San Salvario
2 reviews
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Centro
2 reviews
Surrounded by shops, arcades, fashionable cafés, and elegant Baroque palaces, this is one of the most beautiful squares in Turin. — Fodor's
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Centro
2 reviews
To the left of the royal palace, San Lorenzo Church is the first monument in Turin by Guarino Guarini, commissioned by the court of Savoy. — Michelin Guide
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Centro
2 reviews
[T]his is a beautifully displayed collection of Southeast Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Himalayan, and Islamic art, including sculptures, paintings, and ceramics. — Fodor's
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Centro
1 review
The tour finishes in the richly ornamented chapel of Santo Sudario, private place of worship for the Savoy dukes, where a copy of the shroud is displayed over the gleaming, gilded altar. — Frommer's
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