37 Sights in Turin, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Turin, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 37 sights are available in Turin, Italy.

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1. Monte dei Cappuccini

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The Church of Santa Maria al Monte dei Cappuccini is a late-Renaissance-style church on a hill overlooking the River Po just south of the bridge of Piazza Vittorio Veneto in Turin, Italy. It was built for the Capuchin Order; construction began in 1583, and was completed in 1656. The original design was by Ascanio Vitozzi, but was completed by the engineer Giacomo Soldati.

Wikipedia: Monte dei Cappuccini, Turin (EN)

2. Centro Storico Fiat

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Centro Storico Fiat Enryonthecloud / Public domain

Fiat Historic Center is a commercial museum and archive in Turin, Italy. Fiat brand cars, airplanes, trains, tractors, trucks, bicycles, washing machines, refrigerators. Scale models, reconstruction of production process parts, posters and advertising sketches have been collected. The archive contains more than 5,000 meters of paper documents, 300,000 technical drawings, 5,000 magazines of automobile and industrial history, 6 million pictures and 200 hours of historical videos. Particularly interesting is the funding of designers Dante Giacosa and Giuseppe Gabrielli.

Wikipedia: Centro storico Fiat (IT)

3. Parco della Rimembranza

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The park of Rimembranza, commonly known as the Maddalena park, is a vast public garden of the Turin hill, located in the surroundings of the summit of the Bric della Maddalena, who with its 715 m a.s.l. It is the highest point in the city. It has an extension greater than 90 hectares and houses over 21,000 trees, many of which are not indigenous. It consists of a large panoramic square located on the summit of the hill with the Faro della Vittoria, the Taurinense arboretum and a series of pedestrian roads of about 45 km of development.

Wikipedia: Parco della Rimembranza (Torino) (IT)

4. Parco Dora (area Michelin)

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The Dora Park is a post-industrial park of the city of Turin of 456,000 m² of extension, located in the Spina 3 area where the large production plants of Fiat and Michelin arose until the nineties. It takes its name from the river that crosses it, the Dora Riparia, and is surrounded by the Nole, Valdellatorre streets, by the tunnel Carlo Donat-Cattin, Corso Mortara, Corso Principe Oddone, the Environment Park, via Daubrée, Corso Umbria, Piazzale Piero della Francesca, between the circumscriptions 4 and 5.

Wikipedia: Parco Dora (IT)

5. Chiesa della Misericordia

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The Church of Misericordia is one of the churches of Turin, located in via Barbaroux 41. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. It owes its name to the Archconfraternity of Mercy, which in the eighteenth century took possession of it and restored it, so named because its members had the task of comforting those condemned to death, accompanying them to the gallows, taking care of their subsequent funerals and having masses celebrated in suffrage of their souls.

Wikipedia: Chiesa della Misericordia (Torino) (IT)

6. Manica Nuova di Palazzo Reale

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The Royal Palace of Milan was the seat of government in the Italian city of Milan for many centuries. Today, it serves as a cultural centre and it is home to international art exhibitions. It spans through an area of 7,000 square meters and it regularly hosts modern and contemporary art works and famous collections in cooperation with notable museums and cultural institutions from across the world. More than 1,500 masterpieces are on display annually.

Wikipedia: Royal Palace of Milan (EN)

7. Giardini Reali

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Giardini Reali Francofranco56 / Public domain

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 the Partisans, at the confluence of which was erected in 1933 the monument to the carabiniere, then declared an Italian national monument.

Wikipedia: Giardini Reali di Torino (IT)

8. Armeria Reale

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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.

Wikipedia: Royal Armoury of Turin (EN)

9. Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali

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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.

Wikipedia: Turin Museum of Natural History (EN)

10. San Filippo Neri

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San Filippo Neri Franco56 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

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.

Wikipedia: San Filippo Neri, Turin (EN)

11. Galleria civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

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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.

Wikipedia: Turin Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art (EN)

12. Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo

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Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo Georgius LXXXIX / Public domain

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.

Wikipedia: San Carlo Borromeo, Turin (EN)

13. Faro della Vittoria

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The Faro della Vittoria, also known as the Maddalena lighthouse, is a colossal monument dedicated to the winged victory, located on the top of the park of Rimembranza at the Colle della Maddalena. The optic of the lighthouse is housed in the torches supported in the hands of the imposing bronze statue, the work of the Turin sculptor Edoardo Rubino.

Wikipedia: Faro della Vittoria (Torino) (IT)

14. Orto Botanico di Torino

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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.

Wikipedia: Orto Botanico dell'Università di Torino (EN)

15. Museo Accorsi Ometto

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Museo Accorsi Ometto Jean-Pierre Dalbéra from Paris, France / CC BY 2.0

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.

Wikipedia: Accorsi-Ometto Museum (EN)

16. Museo Nazionale del Cinema

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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.

Wikipedia: National Museum of Cinema (EN)

17. Chiesa di Santa Cristina

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Chiesa di Santa Cristina RicciSpeziari Photographer: Riccardo Speziari / CC BY-SA 3.0

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.

Wikipedia: Santa Cristina, Turin (EN)

18. Beata Vergine delle Grazie

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The Church of the Beata Vergine delle Grazie commonly known as the Church of the Crocetta is a building of Catholic worship that stands in the homonymous district of Turin. The popular name derives from the red and blue cross that bore the habit of the Trinitarian fathers, for a long time owners of the building and the cult.

Wikipedia: Chiesa della Beata Vergine delle Grazie (Torino) (IT)

19. Sacrario del Martinetto

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Sacrario del Martinetto Dimod61 / Public domain

The Sacrario del Martinetto is located in Turin in Corso Svizzera at the corner of Corso Appio Claudio and is the only surviving part of the city's shooting range. It stands on the site where, between September 1943 and April 1945, many death sentences of partisans and political opponents were carried out.

Wikipedia: Sacrario del Martinetto (IT)

20. Parco del Valentino

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Parco del Valentino Fulvio Spada from Torino, Italy / CC BY-SA 2.0

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.

Wikipedia: Parco del Valentino (EN)

21. Museo Nazionale della Montagna Duca degli Abruzzi

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Museo Nazionale della Montagna Duca degli Abruzzi Francofranco56 / Public domain

The National Museum of the Duke of Abruzzi Mountain is a Museum of Turin. It is the founding member of the International Alliance for Mountain Film (IAMF), which brings together the major world festivals of mountain cinema, as well as of the Internazional Mountain Museums Alliance (Imma).

Wikipedia: Museo nazionale della montagna (IT)

22. Carabiniere Reale

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Carabiniere Reale Georgius LXXXIX / Public domain

The national monument to the carabiniere is a work erected in 1933 on the outside of the gardens of the Royal Palace of Turin, at the confluence of the viali I May and the partisans. It was one of the many monuments raised after the First World War to honor the sacrifice of the fallen.

Wikipedia: Monumento nazionale al carabiniere (IT)

23. Museo di anatomia umana Luigi Rolando

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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.

Wikipedia: Museum of Human Anatomy Luigi Rolando (EN)

24. Chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista

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San Giovanni Evangelista Church is one of the churches built by San Giovanni Bosco in Turin, Italy in the 19th century. It is located at Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. 13. In the neighborhood between Via Madama Cristina and Via Ormea, near the Temple of Valdenes.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista (Torino) (IT)

25. Opera per Torino

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Opera per Torino is a work by the Danish artist Per Kirkeby created between 2004 and 2005 as part of the Artecittà project: 11 artists for the Passante Ferroviario and located in Turin, in Largo Orbassano. It is a double-height porch made mainly of brick.

Wikipedia: Opera per Torino (IT)

26. Sacro Cuore di Maria

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Sacred Heart Church is a neo-Gothic church in Turin, Italy, located in San Salvador District. Designed and built in 1898 by architect Carlo Ceppi, it was destroyed in bombardments on November 28, 1942 and August 12, 1943, and rebuilt in the 1950s.

Wikipedia: Chiesa del Sacro Cuore di Maria (Torino) (IT)

27. Camera - Centro Italiano per la fotografia

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Camero-Centro Italiano per la Fotografia is a photography exhibition space in Turin, Italy. The centre, which opened in 2015, organizes exhibitions, education and research activities to strengthen national and international photographic heritage.

Wikipedia: Camera - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia (IT)

28. Museo Civico d'Arte Antica

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Museo Civico d'Arte Antica Xadhoomx / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Museo Civico d'Arte Antica is an art museum located in the Palazzo Madama in Turin, Italy. It has a renowned collection of paintings from the medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. It reopened in 2006 after several years of restorations.

Wikipedia: Museo Civico d'Arte Antica (EN)

29. Basilica del Corpus Domini

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Basilica del Corpus Domini Franco56 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Basilica of Corpus Domini is a Roman Catholic church in Turin, Italy, built to celebrate the "Miracle of the Eucharist" which, according to various sources, occurred in 1453 during the war between the Duchy of Savoy and France.

Wikipedia: Basilica of Corpus Domini (EN)

30. Chiesa di San Giuseppe

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St. Joseph's Church is a church in Turin, Italy, located in Via Santa Teresa 22, between Via dei Mercanti and Via San Francesco di Assisi. Don't confuse it with St. Giuseppe's Church at the Nice Barrier, located in Via Biglieri 7.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Giuseppe (Torino) (IT)

31. Basilica di Maria Ausiliatrice

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Basilica di Maria Ausiliatrice Franco56 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

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 Don Bosco, and 6,000 relics of other saints.

Wikipedia: Basilica of Our Lady Help of Christians, Turin (EN)

32. Chiesa di San Lorenzo

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Chiesa di San Lorenzo Claude at Italian Wikipedia / Public domain

San Lorenzo, also known as the Royal Church of Saint Lawrence, is a Baroque-style church in Turin, adjacent to the Royal Palace of Turin. The present church was designed and built by Guarino Guarini during 1668–1687.

Wikipedia: San Lorenzo, Turin (EN)

33. Museo di antropologia criminale Lombroso

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The Caiminal Anthropology Museum Cesare Lombroso is a Turin Museum founded in 1876 by the doctor and anthropologist Cesare Lombroso (1835-1909). The exhibition is part of the museum system of the University of Turin.

Wikipedia: Museo di antropologia criminale (IT)

34. Chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio

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Chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio MarkusMark / Public domain

The church of Gran Madre di Dio is a Neoclassic-style church located on the western bank of the Po River, facing the Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I leading into Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy.

Wikipedia: Gran Madre di Dio, Turin (EN)

35. Chiesa di San Tommaso

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The Church of San Tomaso Apostolo is a Catholic place of worship in Turin, Italy, in the heartland of Turin's historic center, at the intersection of Via Pietro Mica, Via San Tommaso and Via Monte di Piet à.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Tommaso (Torino) (IT)

36. Chiesa di Santa Maria di Piazza

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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.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria di Piazza, Turin (EN)

37. Galleria Sabauda

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The Galleria Sabauda is an art collection in the Italian city of Turin, which contains the royal art collections amassed by the House of Savoy over the centuries. It is located on Via XX Settembre, 86.

Wikipedia: Galleria Sabauda (EN)

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