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Turin Attractions

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Duomo 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #1 of 7
Torino cathedral is a big old Romanesque church in Torino. As with other Italian cathedrals its tower (Campanila) is separated from the main building. The interior is a typical late-Romanesque and Renneissance and is not especially beautiful or ... [more ]
Mole Antonelliana 5.0 stars
Building - #2 of 7
The Mole Antonelliana is the symbol of Turin, and you can see its dome and spire from almost anywhere in the city. Architect Alessandro Antonelli originally constructed it as a synagogue, but the city now owns it, and it houses the National ... [more ]
Piazza San Carlo 5.0 stars
Square - #3 of 7
Baroque, elegant, and expansive, Piazza San Carlo is the main hub of Torino. For good reason, as well--in the baroque capital of Italy, you'll see some of the best examples of architecture from that period here. The 2006 Olympics also meant ... [more ]
National Museum of Cinema 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #4 of 7
For movie buffs the knowledge that Turin is the location for Italy’s National Film Museum will come as good news, because it adds yet another dimension to this very interesting city. I love movies, and admittedly have a soft spot for Italian lead ... [more ]
Museo della Radio e della Televisione 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #5 of 7
Mole Antoneliana is the main landmark of Torino and one of the symbols of Italy. It was built in the late 19-th century by the famous architect Antoneli and it was started as a synagogue. Currently with its 167 meters it is one of the tallest ... [more ]
Piazza Castello 4.0 stars
Square - #6 of 7
Torino castle is an interesting building in the very center of Torino. It has a big Renneisance facade with some elements built in the 19-th century, and behind it the castle itself is a really old Romanesque structure with two round dark towers ... [more ]
Shroud of Turin 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #7 of 7
The Shroud of Turin is one of the most important Christian relics, and you can see a replica on display in the Shroud of Turin Museum. The actual shroud is only shown rarely, on very special occasions. The museum, however, provides a wealth of ... [more ]
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