Turin is perhaps the Italian city that, more than any other, has been able to make the most of its extraordinary historical, cultural and architectural heritage, having shed the collective image of a predominantly industrial city. This management has been enlightened by the enhancement of its cultural and tourist potential, which today allows us to enjoy a melting pot of wonders gathered in a single city.
From Piazza Castello to Palazzo Madama, from the Egyptian Museum to Torino Sotterranea, from the Valentino Castle to the Mole Antonettiana, from the National Museum of Cinema to the Royal Palace, from the Galleria Subalpina to the Palazzi Civico air-raid shelter, from the Reggia di Venaria to the Sacra di San Michele.
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