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1. National Cinema MuseumBook Ticket*
The National Museum of Cinema located in Turin, Italy, is a motion picture museum fitted out inside the Mole Antonelliana tower. It is operated by the Maria Adriana Prolo Foundation, and the core of its collection is the result of the work of the historian and collector Maria Adriana Prolo. It was housed in the Palazzo Chiablese.
2. Monte dei CappucciniBook Ticket*
The Monte dei Cappuccini is a hill of 325 meters above sea level that rises in the city of Turin, about 200 meters from the right bank of the Po, in the Borgo Po district. It is very close to the historic center, near the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, which gives access to Piazza Vittorio Veneto. On it, stands the convent and the late-Renaissance church, mannerist, and with baroque interiors of Santa Maria al Monte dei Cappuccini entrusted to the Capuchin friars, hence the name.
3. Teatro RegioBook Free Tour*
The Teatro Regio is a prominent opera house and opera company in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. Its season runs from October to June with the presentation of eight or nine operas given from five to twelve performances of each.
4. Giardini Reali
The Royal Gardens of Turin are green areas located behind the Royal Palace, the Government Palace and the Royal Armoury, in the historic center of Turin, between Piazza Castello and Corso San Maurizio; The lower part of the gardens is public. The green areas are crossed by the avenues I Maggio and dei Partigiani, at whose confluence the monument to the carabiniere was erected in 1933, later declared an Italian national monument.
5. Armeria Reale
The Royal Armoury of Turin is one of the world's most important collections of arms and armour, formed in Turin by the Savoy family. The museum is now part of the Musei Reali di Torino, the royal site that has unified the Royal Palace, the Sabauda Gallery, the Archaeological Museum, the Royal Library and the Armoury. The whole site has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1997.
6. Pinacoteca Agnelli
The Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli is an art gallery in Turin, Italy. It opened in 2002 on the top floor of the Lingotto complex, the headquarters of the Italian auto giant Fiat S. p. A. founded in 1899 by Giovanni Agnelli. As part of the complex, Lo scrigno, a 450 square-metre steel structure designed by Renzo Piano, is raised 34 metres off the test track on the roof of the plant. Its style represents a crystal spaceship, referring back to the original building's futuristic style. Its permanent collection is a selection of paintings and sculptures from Gianni and Marella Agnelli's private collection, such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir's Blonde Bather and Édouard Manet's La Négresse, as well as paintings by Henri Matisse, Canaletto, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Antonio Canova, Pablo Picasso, and Amedeo Modigliani. The gallery also puts on temporary modern art exhibitions.
7. Cappella della Sindone
The Chapel of the Shroud, or Guarini Chapel, is an architectural work by the architect Guarino Guarini, built in Turin at the end of the seventeenth century to house the Shroud. Located between the Duomo and the Royal Palace of Turin, the chapel was begun in 1610 by the will of Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy. The project was initially entrusted to Ascanio Vitozzi and Carlo di Castellamonte, but in 1668 Guarini took over, who designed the greater part of the building. His design, especially the dome, known for its complexity and optical effect, is considered a masterpiece of the Baroque. The project was finally completed by Antonio Bertola in 1694. After a fire that severely damaged the structure in 1997, the chapel underwent a long and complex restoration that ended in 2018, when it was reopened to the public.
8. Teatro Carignano
The Teatro Carignano is a theatre in Turin and one of the oldest and most important theatres in Italy. Designed by Benedetto Alfieri, it is located opposite the Palazzo Carignano. Building commenced in 1752 and the theatre was inaugurated the following year with a performance of Baldassare Galuppi's opera, Calamità de' cuori. Much of the theatre was destroyed in a fire in 1786, but it was rebuilt in a few months using Alfieri's original plans. Since then it has undergone several renovations. Although today it is primarily used for performances of plays, in the past it was an important opera house. The theatre is owned by the City of Turin but administered by the theatre company, Teatro Stabile di Torino, and is one of the company's principal performing venues.
9. Centro Storico Fiat
Centro Storico Fiat is a museum and corporate archive based in Turin, Italy. It exhibits cars, airplanes, trains, tractors, trucks, bicycles, washing machines, refrigerators with Fiat brand. Scale models, reconstructions of parts of the production process, posters and advertising sketches complete the collection. The archival part preserves more than 5,000 linear meters of paper documents, 300,000 technical drawings, 5,000 volumes and magazines on motoring and industrial history, 6 million images, 200 hours of historical films. Of particular interest are the funds of the designers Dante Giacosa and Giuseppe Gabrielli.
10. MAUTO Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile
The Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, founded by Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, is an automobile museum in Turin, northern Italy. The museum has a collection of almost 200 cars among eighty automobile brands representing eight countries . The museum is situated in a building dating from 1960, and it has three floors. After restructuring in 2011 the museum is open again, and its exhibition area has been expanded from 11,000 square metres (120,000 sq ft) to 19,000 square metres (200,000 sq ft). The museum also has its own library, documentation centre, bookshop and auditorium.
11. Parrocchia ortodossa San Massimo
The church of the Most Holy Redeemer is a religious building located in the hills of Turin, in the Madonna del Pilone district. It originally housed the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and was built in the period between 1893 and 1897 in late-eclectic style by the architect Giuseppe Gallo. Since 2001 it has been granted to the Orthodox community of Turin and is dedicated to San Massimo, the first bishop of the Savoy capital, and is dependent on the Patriarchate of Moscow. The seat of the local eparchy is in Paris, titular see of the diocese of Chersonesus of Europe.
12. Parco della Rimembranza
The Parco della Rimembranza, commonly known as Parco della Maddalena, is a vast public garden on the hill of Turin, located near the summit of Bric della Maddalena, which with its 715 m s.l.m. is the highest point of the city. It covers more than 90 hectares and is home to over 21,000 trees, many of which are non-native. It consists of a large panoramic square located on the top of the hill with the Victory Lighthouse in the center, the Taurinense Arboretum and a series of roads and pedestrian paths of about 45 km of development.
13. Auditorium Gianni Agnelli
Together with the Rai Auditorium in Via Rossini, the "Gianni Agnelli" Auditorium, named after the homonymous Turin entrepreneur, is the main structure suitable for hosting classical music concerts in Turin. It was designed in 1994 by the famous architect Renzo Piano, in the context of the entire redevelopment of the former FIAT plant in Lingotto. Being inserted in the Lingotto complex, which also houses the exhibition center of the Piedmontese capital, the auditorium is also a regular venue for conferences and congress events.
14. Parco Dora (area Michelin)
Parco Dora is a post-industrial park in the city of Turin of 456,000 m² of extension, located in the area of Spina 3 where until the nineties stood the large production plants of Fiat and Michelin. It takes its name from the river that crosses it, the Dora Riparia, and is surrounded by Via Nole, Via Valdellatorre, the Carlo Donat-Cattin tunnel, Corso Mortara, Corso Principe Oddone, the Environment Park, Via Daubrée, Corso Umbria, Piazzale Piero della Francesca, between Districts 4 and 5.
15. Teatro Romano
The Roman Theater of Turin is part of the Roman remains of the ancient Augusta Taurinorum, included in the area of the Archaeological Park of Via XX Settembre. Dating back to 13 BC, it was active until the third century and represents the only infrastructure of the Roman city (Quadrilatero) to have left conspicuous evidence of the three subsequent construction phases. Its rediscovery in the modern age took place in 1899, during the demolition of some wings of the Royal Palace.
16. Chiesa di San Massimo
The church of San Massimo is a building of Catholic worship that is located in the central area of Turin, in Via San Massimo corner Via Mazzini, not far from Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. It was built between 1845 and 1853 and designed by architects Carlo Sada and Giuseppe Leoni, and is dedicated to San Massimo, the first bishop of Turin. Together with the church of San Francesco di Sales, it is an example of nineteenth-century neoclassical architecture in the Borgo Nuovo.
17. Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali
The Turin Museum of Natural History was established in 1978 to house the natural history collections of the University of Turin and other collections of natural history, originated from specific research campaigns and donations. It is located at 36 Via Giolitti, Turin, in a 17th-century building which used to be the hospital of San Giovanni Battista, build by Amedeo di Castellamonte.
18. Juventus Museum
The Juventus Museum, called the J-Museum, is a sports museum dedicated to the most decorated football club in Italy, Juventus F. C. The museum is part of a complex surrounding Juventus Stadium; it is entirely bilingual in Italian and English, and opened in 2012, the 115th anniversary of the club, by club president Andrea Agnelli and museum chairman Paolo Gamberti.
19. San Filippo Neri
San Filippo Neri is a late-Baroque style, Roman Catholic church located in Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy. The church is located on Via Maria Vittoria 5; the left flank of the nave faces the Turin Academy of Sciences. The church is still used for services. 69 metres (226 ft) long and 37 metres (121 ft) wide, it is the largest church in the city of Turin.
20. Casa Scaccabarozzi
Casa Scaccabarozzi, commonly known as Fetta di Polenta, is a historic building located in the Vanchiglia neighborhood of the northern Italian city of Turin. It is famous for its unusual and very thin trapezoidal plan and for being only 54 centimetres (1.77 ft) at its narrowest. Its primary nickname due to its resemblance to the shape to a slice of polenta.
21. Galleria civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
The Turin Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art is an art gallery in Turin, Italy, founded in 1891-1895 and located in 31 via Magenta. With the MAO, Palazzo Madama e Casaforte degli Acaja, the Borgo and the Rocca medioevali, it forms part of the Fondazione Torino Musei. The lower rooms house important reviews and a large collection of video art.
22. Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo
San Carlo Borromeo or San Carlo is a Baroque style, Roman Catholic church located in Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy. It mirrors the adjacent church of Santa Cristina and faces the Piazza San Carlo. The arrangement recalls the twin churches of Santa Maria dei Miracoli (1681) and Santa Maria in Montesanto (1679) facing the Piazza del Popolo in Rome.
23. Orto Botanico di Torino
The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Torino is a botanical garden and arboretum operated by the Dipartimento di Biologia Vegetale of the University of Turin. It is located in the Parco del Valentino along the Po River, at Viale Pier Andrea Mattioli, Turin, Italy, and open weekends and holidays during the warmer months; an admission fee is charged.
24. Museo Accorsi Ometto
The Accorsi–Ometto Museum is a private museum based in Turin, northern Italy. It is chronologically the first decorative arts museum in Italy. The museum was originated from a legacy left by Pietro Accorsi and was opened by Giulio Ometto, president for life of the "Fondation Pietro Accorsi" and Director ad interim of the museum.
25. Chiesa di Nostra Signora della Salute
The Salute Church is a religious building in Turin, located in Via Vibò 26, built between 1895 and 1950. Its importance is linked to the memory of the siege of Turin in 1706, to the dedication to Mary with the title of health of the homeland and the sick and because it preserves inside the mortal remains of St. Leonard Murialdo.
26. Chiesa di Santa Cristina
Santa Cristina is a Baroque style, Roman Catholic church located in Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy. It mirrors the adjacent church of San Carlo and faces the Piazza San Carlo. The arrangement recalls the twin churches of Santa Maria dei Miracoli (1681) and Santa Maria in Montesanto (1679) facing the Piazza del Popolo in Rome.
27. Museo nazionale del Risorgimento italiano
The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento is the first, the biggest and the most important among the 23 museums in Italy dedicated to the Risorgimento; and the only one which can be considered "national" according to a 1901 law, and due to its rich and great collections. It is housed in the Palazzo Carignano in Turin.
28. Beata Vergine delle Grazie
The Church of the Beata Vergine delle Grazie commonly known as the Church of the Crocetta is a Catholic church located in the homonymous district of Turin. The popular name derives from the red and blue cross that adorned the habit of the Trinitarian fathers, for a long time holders of the building and of the cult.
29. Museo del carcere Le Nuove
The Museum of the Prison "Le Nuove" is located at the former prison of Turin, called Le Nuove, built between 1854 and 1869, inaugurated in 1870 under the reign of Vittorio Emanuele II, remained in operation until it was replaced in 1986 by the more modern prison "Lorusso e Cutugno" located in the Vallette district.
30. Mausoleo della Bela Rosin
The Mausoleum of Bela Rosin, as the Mirafiori Pantheon is commonly known, is a neoclassical building in Turin, Italy. It is a small-scale copy of the Pantheon in Rome, built as a family tomb by the children of Rosa Vercellana, nicknamed in Piedmontese Bela Rosin, morganatic wife of Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy.
31. Parco del Valentino
Parco del Valentino is a popular public park in Turin, Italy. It is located along the west bank of the Po river. It covers an area of 500,000m², which makes it Turin's second largest park . This park has been nominated “The best Italian park” after a selection among the fifteen best Italian parks.
32. Sacrario del Martinetto
The Sacrario del Martinetto is located in Turin in Corso Svizzera corner Corso Appio Claudio and is the only surviving part of the shooting range of the city. It stands on the site where, between September 1943 and April 1945, many death sentences were carried out by partisans and political opponents.
33. Carabiniere Reale
The National Monument to the Carabiniere is a work erected in 1933 in the external part of the gardens of the Royal Palace of Turin, at the confluence of the avenues I Maggio and the Partisans. It was one of the many monuments erected after the First World War to honor the sacrifice of the fallen.
34. Museo Nazionale della Montagna Duca degli Abruzzi
The Museo Nazionale della Montagna Duca degli Abruzzi is a museum in Turin, Italy. It is home and founding member of the International Alliance for Mountain Film (IAMF), which brings together the world's major mountain film festivals, as well as the International Mountain Museums Alliance (IMMA).
35. Sacro Cuore di Maria
The church of the Sacred Heart of Mary is a neo-Gothic church in Turin, located in the San Salvario district. Designed and built by the architect Carlo Ceppi in 1898, it was destroyed during the bombings of 28 November 1942 and 12 August 1943 and rebuilt in the fifties of the twentieth century.
36. Chiesa di Maria Regina della Pace
The church of Maria Regina della Pace is a parish church, located in Turin, in the Barriera district of Milan: currently the parish territory extends along the axis of Corso Giulio Cesare, from Via Monte Nero to Via Cuneo and from Piazza Bottesini to Via Banfo; There are over 19,000 residents.
37. Chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista
The church of San Giovanni Evangelista is one of the churches that St. John Bosco had built in Turin in the nineteenth century; is located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II at no. 13, in the block between Via Madama Cristina and Via Ormea, in deliberate proximity to the Waldensian Temple.
38. Museo di anatomia umana Luigi Rolando
The Museum of Human Anatomy Luigi Rolando is a museum of human anatomy that was founded in 1739 with headquarters in Torino, Italy. It is part of the museum network of the University of Turin and moved to its current location in the Building of the Anatomical Institutes in 1898.
39. Chiesa di San Giuseppe
The church of San Giuseppe is one of the churches of Turin, located in via Santa Teresa 22, between via dei Mercanti and via San Francesco di Assisi. It should not be confused with the church of the Patrocinio di San Giuseppe in via Biglieri 7 in the Nizza Millefonti district.
40. Camera - Centro Italiano per la fotografia
CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia is an exhibition space dedicated to photography based in Turin. Inaugurated in 2015, the center hosts exhibitions and education and research activities for the enhancement of national and international photographic heritage.
41. Chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio
The church of Gran Madre di Dio (Great Mother of God) is a Neoclassic-style church dedicated to Mary, Mother of God, on the western bank of the Po River, facing the Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I leading into Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy.
42. Auditorium RAI
The Rai Auditorium of Turin "Arturo Toscanini" is a structure of Rai, in the Piedmontese capital. Built at the end of the nineteenth century to host equestrian performances, it has been radically renovated several times during the twentieth century.
43. Museo Civico d'Arte Antica
44. Parco Sangone
Parco Sangone is the twentieth largest park in the city of Turin. Its surface is 120,000 m². It was inaugurated in July 2007 after the redevelopment of the banks of the Sangone stream in the stretch between Strada delle Cacce and Via Artom.
45. Museo di antropologia criminale Lombroso
46. Basilica di Maria Ausiliatrice
The Basilica of Our Lady Help of Christians is a church in Turin, northern Italy. Originally part of the home for poor boys founded by John Bosco, it now contains the remains of Bosco, and 6,000 relics of other saints.
47. Chiesa di San Lorenzo
48. Chiesa di Gesù Nazareno
The Church of Jesus of Nazareth, Turin is a Catholic church in the Cit Turin district of central Turin, Piedmont, Italy, designed by Giovanni and Bartolomeo Gallo and built between 1904 and 1929 on the Piazza Benefica.
49. Chiesa di San Gioacchino
The church of San Gioacchino is a Catholic church located in Turin in front of the former Ciriè-Lanzo railway station, in Corso Giulio Cesare, in the Porta Palazzo sub-district on the border with Borgo Dora.
50. Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi
The Giuseppe Verdi State Conservatory of Music in Turin is an institution of higher education, specialization and research in the artistic and musical sector and carries out related production activities.
51. Parco Sempione
Parco Sempione is a public park in Turin, Italy, straddling the districts of Borgo Vittoria, Barriera di Milano and Rebaudengo. It is the twenty-sixth largest park in the city, with an area of 88,210 m².
52. Chiesa di San Tommaso
The church of San Tommaso apostolo is a place of Catholic worship in Turin, located in the heart of its historic center, at the intersection of Via Pietro Micca, Via San Tommaso and Via Monte di Pietà.
53. Chiesa di Santa Maria di Piazza
Santa Maria di Piazza is a late-Baroque-style church located on via Santa Maria near Via Garibaldi in Central Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy. The church was among the last designs by Bernardo Vittone.
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