Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile
Corso Unità d'Italia, 40, 10126 Torino TO, Italy
About Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile
The Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile automobile museum in Turin is one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to the automotive industry and car making. Opened in 1960 and dedicated to Giovanni Agnelli, founder of FIAT. It displays a collection of over 200 iconic cars – produced in Italy, France, UK, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, and the United States – dating from 1854 onwards.
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The Castello del Valentino is an ancient Savoy residence, as well as a historic building in Turin located in the Valentino Park of the same name on the banks of the Po river . Owned by the State since 1850 and later assigned to the Polytechnic of Turin , it houses the headquarters of the Department of Architecture and the related three-year and master's degree courses.
Parco del Valentino is the most famous and oldest public park in the city. It is certainly the best-known city park and has been taken as a symbol of the city like the Mole Antonelliana. In a splendid position, not far from the center, it is located along the left bank of the Po, between the monumental bridges Umberto I and Isabella, and in overlooking the hill.
The Monte dei Cappuccini is a hill of 325 m above sea level , located in the city of Turin , about 200 meters from the shore right side of the Po , in the district Borgo Po . 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 Baroque church of Santa Maria al Monte , entrusted to the Capuchin friars , hence the name. The hill also houses, in the south wing of the convent, the National Mo
One of the oldest museums in Italy, and it is devoted to art produced in the last two centuries. It was opened to the public in 1863, and it keeps over 40.000 pieces, among paintings, sculptures, installations, drawings, and engravings. Particularly important is the film and artistic videos collection, one of the most famous in Europe.
The church of Gran Madre di Dio is one of the most important Catholic churches in Turin. It is situated on the bank of the River Po, and connected to the city center by the Victor Emmanuel I Bridge. The church is reminiscent of the Roman Pantheon due to its architecture. Some city legends connect the church with the Holy Grail.
Villa Della Regina, a former Savoy Royal residence perched on the hills of Turin. It was originally built by the House of Savoy in the 17th century. Built at the behest of Maurizio of Savoy - first cardinal and then, from 1641, Prince of Oneglia - and then passed to his wife Ludovica of Savoy, it was later chosen as a summer residence first by Anna Maria d 'Orleans and then from Polissena d'Assia, queens of Sardinia, hence the name by which it is known.
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Piedmont is a region in northwest Italy, one of the 20 regions of the country. It borders the Liguria region to the south, the Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna regions to the east, and the Aosta Valley region to the northwest; it also borders Switzerland to the northeast and France to the west. It has an area of 25,402 km2 making it the second-largest region of Italy after Sicily and a population of 4,322,805 as of 30 June 2020. The capital of Piedmont is Turin.